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Working Trees for Pollinators

Posted October 28, 2015

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Today, farms in the United States are larger and have less adjacent habitat to support bees. Yet, the need for pollinators in agricultural landscapes has never been greater. The latest Working Trees brochure of the National Agroforestry Center is online.

You Can Help Save the Monarch Butterfly!

Posted September 9, 2015

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Every backyard can become an oasis for monarchs and other pollinators, even in cities. Schools, youth and community groups, businesses, and state and local governments can engage in planting native milkweed and protecting monarch habitat along roadsides, rights of way, and other public and private lands.

Report your sightings!

Also, visit the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service "Save the Monarch Butterfly" web page…


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