Friday, October 22, 2021
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Tag: pollinators

Pollinator habitat — an abundance of diverse, native wildflowers and just a sprinkling of native grass — is an essential part of Ohio's farming landscape. 

Aaron Dodds recaps a run-in with the thousands of bees in his hive and shares some conservation-minded gardening practices that can benefit pollinators.

To kick off National Pollinator Week, and to celebrate Salem becoming a national bee city through Bee City USA, the city’s parks and recreation department and local Ohio State University Extension master gardeners held an open house at a new pollinator garden June 21.

With just a few steps you can turn your backyard into an oasis for many different species of pollinators.

A new program is giving military veterans a new way to serve their country: by cultivating pollinators.

Learn more about the ROW project, short for right-of-way, and how it's helped birds and pollinators survive.

A bee hotel can encourage more solitary bees to nest in your yard or garden and can be simple to construct. Learn how to build a bee hotel.

Some pollinators rely on more limited resources than others to survive. Learn more about Ohio's specialist pollinators and find out how you can help them.

Learn more about the benefits of different types of pollinator gardens and what types of wildlife you can expect to visit throughout the year.

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