Resources to manage habitats for valuable pollinators including: bees, moths, butterflies, hummingbirds and bats.

Pollinators are vital to the health and economy of the world

Pollinators contribute to at least 35% of the world’s food production, as well as beverages, fibers, medicines and spices. But across the globe, pollinator species are in decline due to degradation and fragmentation of habitat.

Pollinator projects on corporate lands are one of the most accessible ways to create a valuable impact on biodiversity – from small-scale gardens to large pollinator-friendly remediation activities. On this page, you’ll find a wide variety of WHC resources available to help companies take action to protect pollinators, increase public awareness, and create pollinator-friendly habitat.

Contact WHC Consulting for custom guidance.

WHC Pollinator Project Guidance

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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.

Interested in learning more?

Contact WHC Consulting to discuss how to develop new pollinator projects or improve current activities.

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