Pollinators include birds, bees, bats, butterflies, and moths, all of which move pollen between flowers. They’re essential for creating healthy and diverse ecosystems and most of our agriculture depends on pollination. Pesticide-free corridors of native plants are called pollinator pathways and this is one way we can provide habitat and nutrition for pollinators. You can support pollinators by planting native plants and flowers in your yards to help establish pollinator pathways in your area. By creating habitat and food sources for pollinators, we can help them to thrive.
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