Be Smart about Pest Problems
- Use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) around the home. Carefully diagnose your pest problem, and, before you apply a pesticide, make sure the pest population has reached a level where control is necessary.
- Use proper application practices when applying any pesticide, this is very important in keeping pollinators (and people) safe.
- If you choose to use a pesticide, read and follow ALL label directions carefully – use the proper rate (not more or less) at the right time for the correct target pests, and avoid re-applying unnecessarily.
- Reduce pesticide use
- Donate today! We are working hard every day to help bees and all pollinators survive. Donations of any size really make a difference. Donate your time and resources to help the Pollinator Partnership’s initiatives to help save pollinators.
Don’t be afraid!
- Don't be afraid when you see a bee - bees are your hard working friends. In fact, when you don't see bees around flowers that's when you should be concerned.
Download our brochure for more of the facts, “Inviting Bees to Your Property: No Fear of Stings!
Transform your landscape
Buy locally produced or organic food
Sign up for S.H.A.R.E. (Simply Have Areas Reserved for the Environment)
- Whether you are a farmer of many acres, land manager of a large tract of land, or a gardener with a small lot, you can increase the number of pollinators in your area by making conscious choices to include plants that provide essential habitat for bees, butterflies, moths, beetle, hummingbirds, and other pollinators. Register your S.H.A.R.E. landscape today!
Tell your friends
- Forward this link via email
- Post this on your Facebook page
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