Take Action to Protect Pollinators During National Pollinator Week

During National Pollinator Week and beyond, you can join us in helping Minnesota’s butterflies, bees, and more! Take our Pollinator Challenge by planting a pollinator garden, photographing the pollinators that visit it, and posting your favorite photos on social media using the hashtag #Plant4Pollinators.

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Plan Actions to Protect Pollinators During National Pollinator Week, June 18-24 ( Beyond Pesticides , June 15, 2018) In recognition of the importance of pollinators and biodiversity to a healthy environment and healthy people during National Pollinator Week, June 18-24, Beyond Pesticides announces a week of activities and actions.

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This week’s National Pollinator Week is designed to increase public knowledge about the important work of pollinators and the need to enhance support to protect and sustain them. Numerous University of Arizona researchers have expert knowledge about the lives and importance of pollinators, especially in the desert Southwest.

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National Pollinator Month This June, we’re celebrating the third-year anniversary of the launch of the million pollinator garden challenge , a national initiative to bring back the bees. June 19-26 is Pollinator Week, but we are celebrating pollinators all month long.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, during National Pollinator Week, Oregon’s Senator Jeff Merkley unveiled a new proposal to help restore pollinator populations across America. The Pollinator Recovery Act of 2016 was released today as a discussion draft and will be formally introduced later this Congress.

That’s why, during this year’s National Pollinator Week (June 15-21), we need your help to build as much momentum for bees and other pollinators as possible! It’s critical to continue pressuring Congress, the EPA, and President Obama to protect pollinators from toxic pesticides, as well as taking action in your own community and.

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To celebrate National Pollinator Week, June 20-26, 2016, several Washington, DC restaurants have teamed up with Beyond Pesticides and the Center for Food Safety to launch a campaign, "Made by Pollinators," to protect pollinators suffering steep declines.