Establishing Pollinator Meadows from Seed
By Eric Lee-Mäder, Brianna Borders, and Ashley Minnerath.
- Site selection
- Site preparation
- Plant selection
- Planting techniques
- Ongoing management
Taking Next Steps
Sign the pledge and take action to help protect pollinators and their essential habitats! Bring Back the Pollinators is based on four simple principles that can be implemented in any landscape. Learn more.
A collaboration of the Xerces Society and Neal Williams at the University of California, Davis, the Pollinator Conservation Resource Center is where you can find regional information about plant lists, habitat conservation guides, and more. Learn more.
Our partners in the native seed industry are offering specially designed, Xerces-approved wildflower seed mixes that provide foraging and nesting resources for a diversity of pollinators. Learn more.
Milkweeds support monarch butterflies, native bees, honey bees, and other beneficial insects. As part of our Project Milkweed, we have created this comprehensive national directory of milkweed seed vendors to help you find sources of seed. Search for sources of milkweed seed now!