Installing a bee house is a great way to support pollinators. But, if your lawn and garden are unhealthy for pollinators, your bees will make a beeline to a more suitable location ASAP. Learn to make your lawn and garden friendly for pollinators all year round!
Bee-Friendly Lawn & Garden Care
THE IMPORTANCE OF A PESTICIDE-FREE YARD
Pesticide use could be the reason your bees are not nesting in your bee house or foraging in your yard. Learn a few pollinator-friendly pest control strategies to try out in your garden.
THE ADVANTAGES OF A "MESSY" LAWN AND GARDEN
It's become commonplace to get rid of leaves in the fall. The problem with this annual fall "cleanup" is that it can have negative effects on insect populations. Learn pollinator-friendly strategies to try out this fall!
POLLINATOR GARDENS: NATIVE PLANTS AND CONSISTENT BLOOMS
Ever wonder what to plant to help bees and other pollinators thrive? Learn why native plants are so important for our pollinators and which native plants to plant in your ecoregion.
HI, NEIGHBOR — HALF SHEET
Bees are sensitive to chemical scents from lawn and garden treatments and will often fly off in search of more suitable nesting habitat. Asking your neighbors not to spray while your bees are nesting can be tricky, but is important. We've created this half-sheet of info to help you get the conversation started.