Monday, December 9, 2019
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As fall and winter weather are approaching, you can still contribute potential pollinator saving methods to your garden or future garden.

Plenty of pollinators overwinter in gardens, using debris that is left behind to survive. Wait until April to start cleaning up your flower beds.

Bees are in need of safe, reliable water sources. Learn how to set up and maintain the ideal waterer for the bees in your neighborhood.

If a bee garden isn’t for you, a bee lawn might be a better fit. They promote biodiversity, require less maintenance and can be more cost efficient.

Kenyon College became the 67th educational institution in the nation and the second in Ohio to be certified as an affiliate of the Bee Campus USA program.

If beekeeping isn't your thing, but you'd still like to help bee populations, learn how to enhance your yard or farm to attract wild bees.

Help migrating Monarch butterflies by adding nectar-producing plants to your landscape, providing a steady supply of nectar all summer and into fall.

There are areas that we should just let nature be what it is, and allow the “weeds” to help our pollinators, birds and wildlife thrive.

If planted properly, wildflower gardens can positively impact a local ecosystem. Learn how to select and plant native Pennsylvania wildflowers.

Cypress Creek Renewables will launch a study with Cornell to determine the benefits of pollinator-friendly habitats on community solar farms in New York.
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