Pinellas County has recently been recognized as a Bee City (County) by the non-profit Xerces Society for the Conservation of Invertebrates. Part of our commitment to foster a community that […]
By Kailee Slusser and staff on 17. April 2023 Earth Week is a dedicated span of time each year to prioritize and celebrate wildlife conservation. It’s a reminder that we
Are you looking to reduce pest pressures without pesticides? Integrated pest management (IPM) is here to help! Prevention and monitoring is the key. Here are 12 tips to get started:
Originally posted on the Xerces Society’s blog on February 23, 2023 By Molly Martin on 23. February 2023 Washington has just become the first state in the United States to
No Mow May has garnered a lot of media attention in the past few years. It’s catchy and succinct, but is it the best fit for your community this spring
A Win-Win for Insects: Nature-Based Climate Solutions Address both Climate Change and Biodiversity Concerns
Join Xerces Society Executive Director, Scott Black, as we kick off our next webinar series: Threats and Solutions. With well over one million known species, insects and other invertebrates eclipse
Join Aaron Anderson and Sharon Selvaggio to learn about the unique and specialized relationships between pollinators, plants, and other species and how your planting choices can support biodiversity and conservation needs.