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Million Pollinator Garden Challenge
Closing in on a million! Get the word out this Spring to get the final 300,000 gardens!
Closing in on a million! Get the word out this Spring-rally to reach the final 300,000 gardens!
For 3 years, Americans have rallied to help save the bees by planting 700,000 pollinator friendly gardens!
Share #beecounted and help the National Pollinator Garden Network reach one million bee-friendly gardens by National Pollinator Week, June 18-24, 2018.


Spring 2018 Million Pollinator Garden Release

Gardens large and small making a difference for pollinators
Gardens large and small making a difference for pollinators
From a 4 x 4 plot of green space, to an acre of land, Illinois gardeners discuss how gardens of all sizes can contribute to pollinator health.

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Seed Our Future!
Seed Our Future!
The Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) is offering free pollinator seed packets so backyards and urban green spaces across the country can support pollinators.

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Coalition to seek honey bee disease controls
Coalition to seek honey bee disease controls
A $1 million funded international consortium of scientists and NPGN partners to seek new controls for Varroa mites.

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MPGC Resources for Gardeners
Studies Show Pollinator Gardens Making an Impact
Visit the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge website to find studies on pollinator garden impact, examples of engagement and resources for gardeners, like plant selection guides, design resources and other information that will help you grow your pollinator-friendly garden.

Check out our new Impact section on the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge

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The National Pollinator Garden Network is a partnership between conservation organizations, gardening groups, volunteer civic associations and participating federal agencies to inspire people and organizations to create more pollinator habitats.