Invite pollinators to your neighborhood by planting a pollinator friendly habitat in your garden, farm, school, park or just about anywhere!
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Create your project page
Click the green start button to register and set up your project page. It’s quick, free and easy.
Complete a 30 Day Challenge
Complete simple steps in 30 days to get your project off the ground.
Activate your project
Follow the 5 Step Guide and your action plan to bring the project to life.
Share impact by posting a summary and photos and completing a survey.
Suggested: 2-6 hours per week. This will be more time intensive at the start; finding your habitat space, researching which pollinators are present and setting up your habitat, after that it will just be about maintaining your habitat.
More information on how to get started and any resources shared by the Pollinator Partnership
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Whether you are a farmer of many acres, land manager of a large tract of land, or a gardener with a small lot, you can increase the number of pollinators in your area by making conscious choices to include plants that provide essential habitat for bees, butterflies, moths, beetles, hummingbirds, and other pollinators. Happy planting!