Resources

Education is the key for spreading the word about what we can all do for pollinators.

Links & Articles

Pollinator Partnership Canada

pollinatorpartnership.ca

Pollinator Partnership Canada (P2C) is a registered not-for-profit organization dedicated exclusively to the protection and promotion of pollinators and their ecosystems through conservation, education, and research.

Ecoregional Planting Guides

Technical Guides

Xerces Society

xerces.org

The Xerces Society is a science-based conservation organization, working with diverse partners including scientists, land managers, educators, policymakers, farmers, and citizens.  By using applied research, engaging in advocacy, providing educational resources, and addressing policy implications, we endeavor to make meaningful long-term conservation a reality.

Healthy Yards

healthyyards.org

Changing your yard practices might be the easiest way to fight climate change and support your local ecosystem!
Who doesn’t love a beautiful environment? Yet, without meaning to, many of us have adopted landscaping habits that are harmful to our environment and our health. Luckily it isn’t hard to change to healthier landscaping practices. On this website they offer you, and your landscaper, all the information you need to create a beautiful healthy yard.

Invite Pollinators to Your Yard

Natural Areas

naturalareas.org

Strategies and tools for managing natural areas for pollinators is an area of growing interest for natural areas practitioners. On this page, you’ll find a collection of resources on a range of information relevant to this topic, including papers, slides, webinar archives and links to published guidelines.

Pollinator Management Resources

How to start your own butterfly garden

How to Grow your own Butterfly Garden

billyoh.com

I don’t think there’s a person alive who can’t appreciate a garden full of lively butterflies. There’s nothing quite like enjoying a summer day while watching butterflies lazily fly around your garden. Sadly, many butterflies have lost their natural habitats due to urbanisation and other human-related activities.

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Special thanks to Mr. Fuller’s class for sharing this article.

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