Tag: pollinators

April 4, 2020

Environmental resources still available during pandemic

Southwest Journal

…While the service may be available in early April, the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization recommends waiting on your spring garden cleanup until mid-April or early May. That’s because most pollinators do not emerge until temperatures are consistently above 50 degrees. Throughout the winter and spring, many of these insects take refuge under leaves, in hollow […]
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A woman and child hold an Adopt-A-Drain sign.
March 24, 2020

Good Neighbor News – March 2020 – Yard Care Tips, Training Opportunities, and More

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An MWMO raingarden sign in a raingarden in late winter.
March 18, 2020

Help Protect Pollinators and Clean Water with these Eco-Friendly Spring Yard Care Tips

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A hand holding up a pollinating flower bingo card.
August 10, 2019

Pollinator Pathways Community Event

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A residential raingarden in Minneapolis.
August 23, 2018

How to Maintain Your Raingarden: Simple Steps to a Beautiful, Water-Friendly Landscape

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Monarch butterfly on aster flower.
May 4, 2017

Load up on native plants at these upcoming sales

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A bee collecting pollen from a flower.
June 23, 2016

Gardening for Pollinators: Six Questions for Heather Holm

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bees landing on a flower
June 8, 2016

Water Wednesday: What You Can Do for Pollinators

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A butterfly perched on flowering native plants.
May 11, 2016

Introducing ‘Water Wednesdays,’ Our New Summer Workshop Series

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