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Building Resilient Communities: Reflecting on a Year of Challenge and Opportunity for Bee City USA & Bee Campus USA

By Molly Martin, Bee City USA Coordinator I walked through the oak woodland slowly, making a mental note of flowering species: Amsinckia menziesii, Lupinus albifrons, Vicia sativa. While the trees …

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Support Pollinator Conservation by Reducing or Eliminating Pesticide Use in Your Community

Across the country, energized community members are partnering with parks, campuses, neighbors, and more to plant flowers and save bees. Creating habitat is vital to reversing pollinator declines, and it’s highly compatible with many public spaces. Just as important as providing flowers is making the commitment to protect pollinators from pesticides. Xerces has a variety of resources to help guide communities as they work to reduce or eliminate pesticide use.

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