Working in the field of landscape design and horticulture for over 30 years has given me many exciting opportunities to work with people in their home environments. Many of us are looking for ways to reconnect with, care for, and make a difference in support of the natural world and the environment as a whole. My answer is that when a home garden becomes an oasis for both humans and wildlife, both property owner and environment benefit. With skillful design, a garden can be a beautiful sanctuary for people and the native creatures we so often displace. This “wildlife gardening” approach can work at any scale, from urban rooftop garden to country estate.