Pollinator populations are in decline, including the endangered rusty patched bumble bee (recently discovered in Burnsville). But you can help!
Native plantings and pollinator lawns in the suburban landscape can provide an important oasis of habitat for pollinators, while still allowing you usable lawn space. They can also reduce your watering bill and time spent mowing, not to mention that they provide vibrant color and beauty to your home. There are many great reasons to make your yard "bee friendly" - register for this workshop to learn more!