Resources to manage habitats for valuable pollinators including: bees, moths, butterflies, hummingbirds and bats.
contributing 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.
Guest Blog: Save a Bat, Plant an Agave
What We Learned by Building Insect Hotels
The Importance of Pollinators
Joining Forces with USFWS to Save Monarch Butterflies in the Southeast
Pollinator Information at Lafarge North America’s Sun City Safety Day 2014
10 Native Vines to Attract Butterflies in North America
Monarch Butterflies are in Decline
What’s All the Fuss About Native Plants?
Celebrate Independence Day the Wildlife Way
Ideas for Celebrating National Pollinator Week
Pollinators All Around Us – A WHC Kid-Friendly Webinar
Birds and Butterflies in Your Backyard – A WHC Kid-Friendly Webinar
Bats and Agave: Nectar Corridors and Cultural Connections in the Southwest
Native Bees: Bringing Essential Species Back to Your Habitat
How They Did It: Checking In with the Best Insect Hotels
You Too Can Create Positive Pollinator Projects
Rights-of-Way Partnerships and Alliances: Addressing the Risk of the Pollinator Declines and ESA Listings
Build a Bug Palace – How Insect Hotels Can Enhance Your Habitat
Monarchs in Peril – How Can You Help?
Taking Action Through Pollinator Projects
Plants and Pollinators with Dr. Stephen Buchmann
Asbury | Caring for Habitat and Promoting Wellness at a Retirement Community
Exelon | Unearthing the Benefits of IVM
General Motors | Pollinator Gardens for Everyone: Engaging Students of All Abilities in Pollinator Education
ITC | A Wildlife-Friendly Rain Garden to Manage Stormwater Runoff Charms Employees and Partners Alike
Marathon Petroleum | A Unique Outdoor Classroom for Illinois Students
Phillips 66 | Nature Works its Magic at the Gas Pump
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