° Native grasslands are critically important for pollinators.
° Allow leaves, material from dead branches and logs remain as nesting sites.
° Conduct controlled dry season grass burning.
° Say “NO” to native grassland conversion.
° Ask questions and share information..
° Speak-up on social medias, educate your loved ones.
° Involve your HOA, apartment complex or community.
° Support local, state, national and international efforts.
° Share your knowledge, be an agent of change
° Use less and reduce your impact.
° Pollinators are severely affected by extremes in weather.
° Climate change puts pressure on native ranges and overwintering sites.
° Save water, recycle, compost, choose reusable goods.
°Join groups that support pollinators and their habitats.
° Donate to nature related projects and volunteer.
° Participate in citizen-science programs.
° Visit our butterfly sanctuary!
° Celebrate Pollinator Week.
° Learn about the interaction amid pollinators & pesticides!
° Practice Integrated Pest Management (IPM).
° Herbicides kill important native plants.
° Maintain your garden in a natural and organic approach.
° Utilize nectariferous and pollen rich plants.
° Utilize plants native to your area (or non-invasive for your area).
° Plant in clusters to create a “target’ for pollinators to find.
° Plant for continuous bloom from spring to fall.