by Russ Henry Monarch butterflies love milkweed! Pollinators are creating a big buzz in media around the world. Pollinators are facing a perfect storm of intersecting catastrophes including loss of habitat …
In August 2015, the Minneapolis City Council passed a resolution to increase pollinator forage (including native plants) and decrease use of pesticides on all city-owned and controlled property and to encourage property owners throughout Minneapolis to adopt pollinator-friendly practices.
Read the Resolution.
Creating pollinator friendly places isn’t all that hard, it just takes a shift in how you care for the environment around you at your home, school, church, organization or business. Here’s some resources and tips to help you make your pollinator friendly place flourish!
Join with others creating a network for pollinator safety! By simply not using any poisonous chemicals outdoors you will be making a HUGE difference. If you can, help build habitat for pollinators by planting and raising plants that provide the pollen and nectar that bees and other pollinators need.
Take the Pledge.