Taylor Morrison Monarch Pledge

The National Wildlife Federation and Taylor Morrison Home Corporation are teaming up to restore and protect wildlife habitat in the homebuilder’s communities nationwide. Together we are engaging staff, residents, and the public in accessible and effective wildlife habitat stewardship and conservation.

As part of this partnership, Taylor Morrison communities across the United States are pledging to help save the monarch butterfly by planting and maintaining demonstration gardens, planting native milkweed and flowers throughout the community, and educating their residents about monarch butterfly conservation. The National Wildlife Federation and Taylor Morrison have also adopted an 80% native plant and 100% native milkweed requirement in order to certify monarch demonstration gardens as part of the pledge.

See the communities that have already taken the pledge!

Alamar
Avondale, AZ

Alcovy Creek
Lawrenceville, GA

Arroyo Seco
Buckeye, AZ

Avalon at Riverstone
Sugar Land, TX

Baxter Woods
Lawrenceville, GA

Bethesda Park
Lawrenceville, GA

Bridge Creek
Cypress, TX

Clairebrooke
Chamblee, GA

Combs Ranch
San Tan Valley, AZ

Devon Park
Duluth, GA

Edgestone Phase 3
Frisco, TX

El Prado
Glendale, AZ

Elev8tion
Sunnyvale, CA

Elm at Stonecrest
Charlotte, NC

Esplanade at Artisan Lakes
Palmetto, FL

Esplanade at Azario Lakewood Ranch
Lakewood Ranch, FL

Esplanade at Lakewood Ranch
Lakewood Ranch, FL

Esplanade at Naples
Naples, FL

Esplanade at Sommers Bend
Temecula, CA

Esplanade at Traditions
Port St. Lucie, FL

Evins Walk
Atlanta, GA

Farmstead
Vacaville, CA

Fire Creek at Gotha
Gotha, FL

Gardener's Enclave
Phoenix, AZ

Granite Hills - Discovery
Peoria, AZ

Greystone
Suwanee, GA

Haley Station
Canton, GA

Hamlin Grove
Mabelton, GA

Headwaters
Dripping Springs, TX

Heritage Farm
Surprise, AZ

Jordan Oaks
Apex, NC

Kingsley Creek
Fernandina, FL

Lakeside at Crabapple
Milton, GA

Las Brisas
Goodyear, AZ

Manning on the Square
Alpharetta, GA

Mystic Discovery
Peoria, AZ

Mystic Voyage
Peoria, AZ

Palmero
Nokomis, FL

Paradisi
Surprise, AZ

Park East at Azario Lakewood Ranch
Bradenton, FL

Pinnacle at Wesley Chapel
Monroe, NC

Rancho Mercado
Surprise, AZ

Reunion Ranch
Austin, TX

Riverview
Santee, CA

Roberts Ranch
Vacaville, CA

Rovey Park
Glendale, AZ

Scholl's Heights at South Cooper Mountain
Beaverton, OR

Sea Summit @ Marblehead Coastal
San Clemente, CA

Sienna Hills
Buckeye, AZ

Silver Ridge
Palm Harbor, FL

Sky Crossing
Phoenix, AZ

Skye Ranch
Sarasota, FL

Skyestone
Broomfield, CO

Solivita
Poinciana, FL

South Oak
Oak Point, TX

Stonemill Falls
Wake Forest, NC

Sungold
Tracy, CA

Suwanee Green
Suwanee, GA

Terravella
Queen Creek, AZ

The Heights
Sarasota, FL

The Oaks
Duluth, GA

The Reserve at Wildhawk
Sacramento, CA

The Retreat at Holly Springs
Canton, GA

The Ridge at Northlake
Northlake, TX

The Walk at Indian Rocks Beach
Indian Rocks Beach, FL

Tierra Montana
Laveen, AZ

Tinley Park
Flower Mound, TX

Towns at Westford
Apex, NC

Travisso
Leander, TX

Victoria Heights
Queen Creek, AZ

Vizcaya
Round Rock, TX

Waverly Village
Lawrenceville, GA

Westridge
Issaquah, WA

Woodlands Venetia Grove
Woodlands, TX

Read the Caption
An image of a fenced backyard in Tucson, with purple Texas sage blooms.

Victoria Heights

Phoenix, AZ

Learn More

FAQ

Where We Work

More than one-third of U.S. fish and wildlife species are at risk of extinction in the coming decades. The National Wildlife Federation is on the ground in seven regions across the country, collaborating with 53 state and territory affiliates to reverse the crisis and ensure wildlife thrive.

Learn More