With the spring planting season approaching, it’s time to start thinking about which plant species to include in your corporate habitat or garden. There are many factors to consider, including location, size, sunlight and water needs — and whether your garden attracts key pollinators. Pollinators like bees, butterflies and birds play an essential role in healthy ecosystems, but due to habitat loss and climate change, pollinator populations across the globe are in decline. One way to support these important species is by designing pollinator-friendly habitats.
In this webinar, you’ll hear from pollinator and plant experts on how to start a successful pollinator garden that will provide benefits throughout the season. From selecting native plants to providing nesting habitat needs, this webinar will cover the basics of making your site a haven for pollinators.
What you’ll learn:
- Different pollinator habitat needs across species
- Tips on providing for pollinators throughout the whole season
- How to select pollinator-friendly plants that are regionally appropriate
Who should take this webinar:
- Corporate conservation teams that want to start a pollinator garden for the first time
- Existing pollinator project teams interested in leveling up their habitats
- Anyone who wants to learn more about supporting pollinators
- Celia Vuocolo, Working Lands for Wildlife Pollinator Coordinator-East, Pheasants Forever, Inc. and Quail Forever
- Carrie Wiles, Marketing Manager, North Creek Nurseries