We’re all aware of the need to protect our pollinators. Colony collapse disorder is a major concern. But with the recent death of 25,000 bumblebees in Oregon, followed by 37 million dead honeybees in Ontario–we need to step up our efforts to care for our pollinators. And we can all help the effort–by planning and planting pollinator gardens. Find out how at Growing Days.
About the Author
- Julie Adolf
Hello! I'm Julie, mom of three, wife of one, Master Gardener, owner of Garden Delights, and lover of all things garden and nature-related. I'm a former PR and marketing girl who is so lucky to make my living playing in the soil. Hope you'll make yourself a cup of tea (or pour a Diet Coke, my sad, sad addiction), cuddle up with your computer, and join me as we chat about growing gardens, growing green, growing locavores, growing kids, and growing one day at a time.
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