Native plants for native pollinators!

Wednesday, June 01, 2022
The native sweat bee pictured above is perfect for pollinating native flowers.
The native sweat bee pictured above is perfect for pollinating native flowers.

We’ve made some cheat sheets for you so you can plant native bee-friendly flowers in your garden this spring!

The cheat sheets are region-specific and we’ve contacted multiple stores across your region to find the most bee-friendly stores that sell neonic-free seeds and plants for native bees. Just find your region and click on the link to get your cheat sheet!


Fancy meeting you here at the end of this article! Care to hang out together for a few more sentences?

The campaign you just read about is one of about 20 we’re actively working on at any given time. And the person who wrote this article is the same campaigner who’s asking you to take action, who’s calling on our legislators to make changes and who’s in the field to bring you photos, videos and stories documenting this issue.

Did you notice how we’re a bit distinct, that we’re not afraid to call out the industries or governments that threaten what’s wild? Unlike other groups, we’re almost 100 per cent* “people powered.” Individuals like you who care give what they can, when they can. No corporate or government funding restricts our strategies, our actions or our voice. That’s how we stay a lean, nimble and unequivocally relentless voice for wilderness, wildlife and the climate. That’s why we’d love it if you’d consider joining us by making a monthly donation to the Wilderness Committee today.

We’ve already established you like to read to the end, so here’s the fine print. It’s 96 per cent of our funding which comes from individuals like you and me. About four per cent of our total funding comes from a few grants from foundations. Every gift — no matter the size — has an impact and powers our work for nature.

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