Pollinator Workshop Series - Supporting Bumble Bees
Join bee expert and author Heather Holm for a fascinating discussion on the lives of bumble bees and how to help support their and other pollinators populations.
Wednesday, July 28 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Click here for more info and to register.
Native plants historically grew in this area and are adapted to the local climate and soil types. They are part of the local natural community and provide resources for wildlife. Their deep root structures prevent soil erosion, increase soil fertility and moisture-holding capacity, and filter pollution. Native plants will not threaten to take over our natural communities, unlike non-native plants such as European Buckthorn and Purple Loosestrife.
In the home garden, native plants provide the same environmental benefits, in addition to needing very little care once they establish. Growing interest has led to more native plants being offered at local garden centers and native plant markets.
Natural areas have many environmental benefits, but did you know your yard can make a difference too?
Projects that benefit pollinators, water quality and wildlife include:
Visit our resource page to find a project that is right for you!