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Download the Native Pollinator Garden Recipe Cards

These recipe cards were designed to provide easy to follow guidelines for creating pollinator gardens that provide a diverse and colorful floral display throughout all growing seasons! The recommendations given for specific native plant species were made to meet the unique environmental characteristics associated with each region and the pollinators that depend on native habitat areas. Each recommendation was thoroughly vetted by multiple conservation authorities and can be found at your local native plant nurseries. Click HERE to download!


P2 Research Team Wins Reviewers' Choice Award

Pollinator Partnership is excited to announce that our research team's submission to Environmental Entomology has won the Reviewers’ Choice Award! Check out their research article "Floral Resource Competition Between Honey Bees and Wild Bees: Is There Clear Evidence and Can We Guide Management and Conservation?" by our incredible team members Dr. Victoria Wojcik, Dr. Lora Morandin, Laurie Davies Adams, and Kelly Rourke.


Monarch Sustainer of the Year Award Winner

The winner of the 2019 Monarch Sustainer of the Year Award is Commonwealth Edison (ComEd), the largest electric utility in Illinois. ComEd proudly supports the conservation of monarchs and their vital breeding habitat within their Illinois service territory. They are committed to acting with integrity and accountability as stewards of the environment across the lands they manage. Click HERE to read more!


Qcify BFF Campaign Raises $50,000 for Pollinators

Pollinator Partnership is pleased to announce the successful achievement of raising $50,000 in funding for our Bee Friendly Farming program, made possible by a 1:1 match from Qcify. Qcify, a quality control innovator celebrating five years in the almond industry, championed this campaign as part of continued efforts to contribute to sustainability in almond orchards. Fundraising dollars will be dedicated to the expansion of the Bee Friendly Farming certification program in almond orchards, will improve resources for pollinator buffers in almond orchards, and will support honey bee research grants. Click HERE to read more!

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