Bought heavily discounted trees at Lowes (had to return a Cleveland Pear, its invasive), killed more lawn (prairie expansion), and moved smaller trees around. Now that I'm into natives I've found it very difficult to buy plants at big box stores. Its like having food allergies.
On the watershed front, I got a grant for water evaluation test equipment. I plan to use this stuff to measure water quality in my retention pond, my local adopted river, and with my son's boy scout group on spring field trips.
Spring plans: Seed the back hill with native grasses and flowers, expand the prairie to encircle the vegetable garden, overseed my remaining lawn areas with drought tolerant fescue, put in lots of native trees, and plant a small vinyard.