Protect the Pollinators That Help Feed the World Bees, wasps, butterflies, moths, flies, and some beetles pollinate more than 70 percent of flowering plants, but North America's native pollinators face multiple threats to their health and habitat. The Xerces Society offers a complete action plan of protecting these industrious animals by providing flowering habitat and nesting sites. Providing Healthy Habitats for Pollinators: Supports bountiful farm and garden harvests Maintains healthy plant communities Provides food for other wildlife Beautifies your landscape with flower plants qPrecise, elegant, and thoughtful, the recommendations offered by the Xerces Society will become essential to advancing a healthy and diverse food-production system.q - Gary Paul Nabhan, qThe Forgotten Pollinatorqs and qRenewing America's Food Traditionsq qHere is the most comprehensive treatment yet of native pollinators, detailing natural history, ecological importance, taxonomy, conservation, and restoration of native pollinator communities. Attracting Native Pollinators belongs on the bookshelf to everyone who values the future of the natural world.q - Douglas W. Tallamy, author, qBringing Nature Homeqaquot; - Gary Paul Nabhan, aquot;The Forgotten Pollinatoraquot;s and aquot;Renewing Americaa#39;s Food Traditionsaquot; aquot;Here is the most comprehensive treatment yet of native pollinators, detailing natural history, ecological importance, taxonomy, conservation, and ...
|Title||:||Attracting Native Pollinators|
|Author||:||Matthew Shepherd, Mace Vaughn|
|Publisher||:||Storey Publishing - 2011|