Food Web Fact Sheets
Pollination is not just fascinating natural history. It is an essential ecological survival function. Without pollinators, the human race and all of earth's terrestrial ecosystems would not survive. Almost 80% 0f the 1,400 crop plants grown around the world that produce all of our food and plant-based industrial products require pollination by animals.
Other organisms, both plant and animal, besides humans benefit from pollinators. Visit the fact sheets below to see who else depends on pollinators.
The North American Pollinator Campaign Fact Sheets
These facts sheets are prepared and provided by The North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC).
Wildlife Fact Sheet: Bear (PDF, 246 KB)
Wildlife Fact Sheet: Songbirds (PDF, 360 KB)
Wildlife Fact Sheet: Sage-grouse (PDF, 261 KB)
Brought to you by… Pollinators (PDF, 154 KB)
Utah State University Cooperative Extension Fact Sheets
Gardening for Native Bees in Utah and Beyond (PDF, 2.5 MB)