Want more birds, bees and butterflies in your landscape? Pledge to plant for pollinators! We need more wildlife friendly habitats now, more than ever.
Pollinator habitats can be beautiful and low maintenance, once established. More important, they fill a growing need to restore wildscapes to the earth and the balance that comes with cultivating diverse and balanced ecosystems. They also provide safe places for the insects and others that make one out of every three bites of our food possible to rest, refuel and raise their families.
Pollinator habitats save water and don’t require pesticides. You can grow one in your front or back yard, carve a pocket prairie out of your lawn, or transform a whisky barrel or large pot into a pitstop for pollinators. Size is not as important as plant diversity, seasonal blooms and host plants that keep pollinators thriving.