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Million Pollinator Garden Challenge
Bees in Pacific Northwest Need These Three Things to Survive
Bees in Pacific Northwest Need These Three Things to Survive
Gardeners encouraged to support pollinators and join the MPGC in Everett, Washington.

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Selecting Plants to Support Pollinators
Selecting Plants to Support Pollinators
Download this new pollinator-friendly plant selection guide developed with input from select NPGN partners and Pollinator Partnership as part of a North American Pollinator Protection Campaign taskforce.

Selecting plants to support pollinators.

Get Involved in the Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program
Get Involved in the Integrated Monarch Monitoring Program
NPGN Partner, Monarch Joint Venture, offers citizen scientists opportunities to contribute to pollinator monitoring and conservation.

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Pollinator Gardeners Working for Wildlife
Pollinator Gardeners Working for Wildlife
National Wildlife Federation habitat projects support MPGC.

Filling the bee habitat gap.

Prepare for Bees and Butterflies With a Pollinator Garden
Prepare for Bees and Butterflies With a Pollinator Garden
Earth.com shares regional tips for creating pollinator gardens this season with NPGN partner resources.

Join the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge.

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