Did you know you can certify your yard as a wildlife refuge?
Pollinator gardens attract beneficial insects to your yard by providing food and habitat. They also attract all sorts of other … Continued
Celebrate Florida Wildflower Day and learn about wildflowers, the pollinators that need them, and how to make your yard friendly for native plants.
Transform your lawn into an eco-friendly oasis!
As insect populations decline, starting a pollinator garden is an excellent way to aid the recovery of those we rely on so heavily for crop production.
Looking for some good news about Florida’s environment? Check out this month’s collection of environmental success stories.
Take on the role of eight different pollinator groups like bats, bees, beetles and butterflies in this bilingual immersive exhibit.
Beyond supporting healthy ecosystems for other species, pollinators are key to bringing food to our tables, not to mention coffee, chocolate and tequila.