Find A Healthy Yards Group

There are already several ‘Healthy Yard’ Groups, meeting together, working with town boards, swapping plants, visiting schools, tabling, giving lectures etc. You can look for a ‘Healthy Yards’ group in your neighborhood, or even start one yourself!

Also, a growing number of people and organizations are already promoting healthier practices in many different ways,  supporting pollinators, advocating native plants etc. Maybe you are already locally active in a group addressing sustainability. If that is the case, we would love to have your information, so we can direct ‘your neighbors’ to your organization.

To add your organization to our list click here >

To start your own Healthy Yards Group click here >


Richmond Hill Richmond Hills – Healthy Yards  website >


Meriden Gardens-Food, Nature n’ Peace  Facebook  Group >


Atlanta Pollinator Friendly Yards   Facebook Group >


Gardening for the Environment Quad Cities  Facebook Group >

Iowa Good Neighbor  Website >   Facebook Group >


Neighborhood Greening  Website >   Facebook Group >


Grosse Pointe  Pesticide Free in GP  Website >   Facebook Group >

New Hampshire

Dover Non Toxic Dover   Facebook Group >

Jaffrey  Non Toxic Jaffrey   Facebook Group >

Portsmouth Non Toxic Portsmouth  Facebook Group >

New York

Bedford Bedford Healthy Yards Group   Website >     Facebook Group >

Croton on  Hudson Croton on Hudson – Healthy Yards Group

East Hampton The Perfect Earth Project  Website >

New Castle  New Castle – Healthy Yards Group  Facebook Group >

New York City  Non Toxic New York City  Facebook Group >

North Port Mother Oak’s Garden   Facebook Page >

Rye Rye Sustainability – Healthy Yards    Website >

North Carolina

Toxic Free Carolina  Facebook Group >


Hatfield Healthy Yards Group


Nashville Healthy Yards Group


Native Vienna    Facebook Group >


Garden Green    Website >    Facebook Group >


Ontario Native Plant Gardening   Facebook Group >

Richmond Hills Healthy Yards Website >