Many pollinator species have suffered serious declines in recent years. It’s a serious problem for all of us since pollinators are responsible for the pollination of 80% of all flowering plants, and at least 30% of the food that we eat. Unfortunately, most of our landscapes offer little in the way of appropriate habitat and forage. With simple strategies, you can attract and support not just bees, but an array of pollinators that have different requirements. Learn how to create a Pollinator Victory Garden to help win the war on pollinator decline.
About Kim Eierman
Kim is an environmental horticulturist and ecological landscape designer and founder of EcoBeneficial LLC. She teaches at NY Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden and The Native Plant Center. Kim is the author of "The Pollinator Victory Garden: Win the War on Pollinator Decline with Ecological Gardening"
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Do you give lectures to garden clubs via zoom. If contact me at email@example.com. I am the VP of the Nashua NH garden club