Entries by Tracy Blevins

Invite to Bee Counted with Plants Map and the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge

We are excited to announce that Plantsmap.com has joined the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge as a network partner.  It is our goal to help add more pollinator friendly habits to the MPGC map via our community profiles that have pollinator landscapes and plant collections. What is the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge (MPGC)? The Million Pollinator […]

Invite to Garden for Wildlife with the National Wildlife Federation

Plantsmap.com is excited to welcome the National Wildlife Federation to our community and resources section.  The National Wildlife Federation Garden for Wildlife program helps people restore habitat and wildlife populations to cities, towns and neighborhoods. The program has been educating and empowering people to turn their own backyards or community landscapes into thriving habitats for birds, […]

Plants Map Developer Updates: June 2017

  A summary of updates and new features released as of June 16, 2017. New and improved news feed with larger photos accompanying posts and redesign of the feed: plantsmap.com/explore/feeds.  (Learn how to post news).   Improved sign-up process with only two options as users proceed with next steps: use Plantsmap for your own plants (continue to […]

Plants Map Developer Updates: May 2017

A summary of updates and new features released as of May 13, 2017. New user ‘stats’ summary on individual and organization profiles showing number of plants, collections, network connections, followers, and following. All stats are clickable shortcut links.   New user ability to Post News from their profile page at the top of their ‘News’ section. […]

Invite to connect ArbNet Accredited Arboreta

Plantsmap.com is excited to invite ArbNet Accredited Arboreta to connect with the ArbNet profile on Plants Map.   The ArbNet Accreditation Program was started by The Morton Arboretum as a way to establish and share a widely recognized set of industry standards and guidelines to unify the arboretum community.  In April 2011, ArbNet.org was launched to support the common […]