Pollinator Project Guidance


Pollinators – the animals that move pollen from flower to flower to accomplish fertilization – are vital to the health and economy of the world, propagating wild flowering plants as well as many crops. Pollinator species include bees, butterflies, moths, hummingbirds, beetles, flies and, in some regions, bats. Across the globe pollinator species are in decline due to a decrease in habitat available to them, degradation of much of the remaining habitat, and a reduction in pollinator-friendly practices on both small, local scales and large, regional scales.

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