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Back to Natives Restoration

 

Address: P.O. Box 10820

 

City/State/Zip: Santa Ana, CA, 92711

 

Phone: 949-509-4787

 

FAX: 949-509-4787

 

Website: www.backtonatives.org

 

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Vendor Profile: Back to Natives Restoration, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, connects the community to habitat restoration through service learning and native plant education. The Back to Natives Nursery at Santiago Park in Santa Ana grows plants for sale to the public, contractors, and for habitat restoration. BTN is a licensed c-27 Landscape Contractor, license #963706. Proceeds from landscape design, installation and maintenance, and from sales at our Native Plant Nursery, support our environmental education and habitat restoration programs.

 

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Native Plant Nursery

The Back to Natives Nursery at Santiago Park in Santa Ana grows locally native plants for sale to the public, contractors, and for habitat restoration. Proceeds from sales at our Nursery support our environmental education and habitat restoration programs.
Product Link:
http://www.backtonatives.org/nursery

 


 

   

Native Landscape Design

Back to Natives is a licensed c-27 Landscape Contractor, license #963706. Proceeds from landscape design, installation and maintenance support our environmental education and habitat restoration programs.
Product Link:
http://www.backtonatives.org/landscape-design

 


 

   

Native Species Consultations (Research/re-specification)

Back to Natives staff can assist contractors and homeowners with recommendations for locally native plant alternatives to traditional landscape plants. Native plants can help save water, reduce the need for pesticides, and provide habitat for animals.
Product Link:
http://www.backtonatives.org/landscape-design/species-re-specification

 


 



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