Pollinator Protection Pledge
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The pollinator protection pledge is part of the Xerces Society's Bring Back the Pollinators campaign. This campaign is based on four simple principles: grow pollinator-friendly flowers, provide nest sites, avoid pesticides, and spread the word.
You can join this campaign. With these core values, pollinator conservation can be adapted to any location, whether you tend an urban community garden or a suburban yard, work in a city park or on a farm.
We make the commitment to you that we will work every day to protect pollinators and their habitat. Will you make a similar commitment to the pollinators?
To Bring Back the Pollinators, I will:
1. Grow a variety of bee-friendly flowers that bloom from spring through fall.
2. Protect and provide bee nests and caterpillar host plants.
3. Avoid using pesticides, especially insecticides.
4. Talk to my neighbors about the importance of pollinators and their habitat.
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