Pollinators come in all shapes and sizes. They are responsible for carrying pollen from one plant to another, helping to fertilize plants and produce fruit and seeds. Without pollinators, plant diversity and our food systems are at risk. Our landscapes and gardens are one way to work toward preserving our pollinators.
Learn how to create a pollinator-friendly landscape by focusing on:
- A healthy landscape of diverse plants
- Choose plants that are important food and habitat for pollinator species
- Use integrated pest management practices to reduce pesticide use
- Create habitat and nesting sites for pollinators
Eager to learn more?
Use this tool to determine how pollinator-friendly your landscape is and what resources are best for you!
You can make your landscape a home for native pollinators. Find out how by visiting our resources below.