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Providing high quality forage and safe nesting habitat for pollinators is the best action you can take to protect these important animals. Take your commitment one step further by designating your habitat with a Pollinator Habitat Sign, adding your pollinator patch to the Bring Back the Pollinators Pledge, and engaging your neighbors and community about the importance of providing safe havens for pollinators!

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Pollinator Protection Pledge

Over two thousand people have already signed the pledge to protect pollinators. Will you join them?

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Do your part to Bring Back the Pollinators! Pollinators around the world are essential to our environment and they are in need of our help.  Pollinator habitat is threatened by development and pesticide use. Take the Pollinator Protection Pledge



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Pollinator Conservation Resource Center


The Resource Center is where you can find regional information about plant lists, habitat conservation guides, and more. Learn more.

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