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Providing high quality forage and safe nesting habitat for pollinators is the best action you can take to protect these important animals. Take your commitment one step further by designating your habitat with a Pollinator Habitat Sign, adding your pollinator patch to the Bring Back the Pollinators Pledge, and engaging your neighbors and community about the importance of providing safe havens for pollinators!

Taking Next Steps

Pollinator Protection Pledge

Join thousands of others who have pledged to provide habitat and protect pollinators from pesticides. Read more.

Pollinator Habitat Sign

Let your friends and neighbors know you are providing habitat with a pollinator habitat sign. Read more.


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Email us with your questions and comments about pollinator conservation.

Learn About Your Landscape:
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Create pollinator habitat!

Sign the pledge and take action to help protect pollinators and their essential habitats! Learn more.

In Your Pollinator Garden

Get monthly tips for your pollinator garden. Learn more.

Plant Milkweed Seed!

Milkweeds support monarch butterflies, native bees, honey bees, and other beneficial insects. Search for sources of milkweed seed now!

Pollinator Conservation Resource Center

The Resource Center is where you can find regional information about plant lists, habitat conservation guides, and more. Learn more.

Long horned bee (Melissodes sp.) on sunflower by Mace Vaughan. Pollinator habitat sign by Celeste Ets-Hokin. Pollinator garden by Eric Mader.