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NativeBeesHeatherHolm.pdf - Google Drive

We need to take care of our pollinator's. Common Native Bees of Upper Midwest by Heather Holm

GroundNestingBeesHeatherHolm.pdf - Google Drive

Ground Nesting Native Bees of the Upper Midwest - Restoring The Landscape With Native Plants

What happens if we loose the honey bees?  WE DON'T EAT!  Honey bees are essential to modern agriculture. These industrious social insects produce over 100 M.dollars worth of honey and beeswax each year in the United States. Their service as pollinators of agricultural crops adds another 10 billion to their overall value. Due to the destruction of native habitat, native pollinators such as bumblebees and leafcutter bees are in short supply. Plant Pollinator Plants or find recipes for stone…

What happens if we loose the honey bees? WE DON'T EAT! Honey bees are essential to modern agriculture. These industrious social insects produce over 100 M.dollars worth of honey and beeswax each year in the United States. Their service as pollinators of agricultural crops adds another 10 billion to their overall value. Due to the destruction of native habitat, native pollinators such as bumblebees and leafcutter bees are in short supply. Plant Pollinator Plants or find recipes for stone…

Restoring The Landscape With Native Plants: Plan Now for Spring Pollinators

Restoring The Landscape By Identifying Native Plants: Plan Now for Spring Pollinators

Pollinator Posters - Plant Lists and Native Bees

Pollinator Posters - Plant Lists and Native Bees

beneficial-garden-insects

Beneficial Garden Insects - Predators hunt, attack, and kill their prey. Encourage these natural enemies by avoiding pesticides that kill them; choosing plants that provide them pollen, nectar, and shelter; and keeping ants out of pest infested plants.

WI-BEE-IDENTIFICATION-GUIDE-2017.jpg (1275×2100)

WI-BEE-IDENTIFICATION-GUIDE-2017.jpg (1275×2100)

Best Nectar Plants for Monarchs and Other Butterflies

Best Nectar Plants for Monarchs and Other Butterflies. Generally, plant natives for your area, though. Monarchs need nectar plants that bloom in late summer and early autumn, too.

Find out why Monarch butterflies are at risk and what we at #Monsanto are doing to help them thrive. Find out more here!

Monsanto (really?) Addressing the decline of monarch butterflies is something that a lot of us could do something about. This gives an idea on the issue & ways to make a difference.

Join the Conversation about Native Bees

US sweat bee Peponapis pruinosa. Squash and gourd bees Bombus impatiens. The Impatient Bumble Bee Osmia lignaria. The Blue Orchard Bee

Swarm on the move...the queen is in the middle of that somewhere.

Swarm Removal - don't kill or harm that swarm call a beekeeper to remove them for you west coast beekeepers