Kent Green

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John Casey
3 Landmark Lane
Kent, Connecticut 06757

Office: (860) 927-3344

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Kent Green Wild Life Habitat

Kent Green received official certification in 2012 as a Certified Wildlife Habitat. With over thirty bluebird houses, native plantings for food and shelter and multiple water sources, spring and summer are alive with singing birds and their fledglings. Twenty-five bird feeders provide nutrition for birds all year long, especially beneficial during the cold winter months.

Kent Green is a thriving example of how, with a little effort and forethought, commercial enterprises can help create or preserve habitat and facilitate harmonious coexistence between man and nature. To become certified, a property must provide the four basic elements that all wildlife need: food, water, cover and places to raise their young. In addition to providing for wildlife, certified habitats conserve natural resources by reducing or eliminating the need for fertilizers, pesticides and /or irrigation water, which ultimately protects the air, soil and water throughout our communities. The National Wildlife Federation began the Certified Wildlife Habitat program in 1973, and has since certified almost 150,000 habitats nationwide.