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Pollinator corridors comprised of individual garden spots with nectar producing plants are a highly effective way to restore habitats providing a contiguous highway of nectar in urban areas.

"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow"

Audrey Hepburn

POLLINATOR CORRIDOR

Have a pro gardener install and maintain a certified northwest pollinator garden on your property this year and become an integral part of the Bellingham pollinator corridor. Join the initiative to make Bellingham,Ferndale,and Fairhaven sister bee city's. Three Northwest town's where bees, hummingbirds, butterflies, and many other other native keystone pollinators are protected by Bellingham's bee-safe neighborhood ordinance and are safe and welcomed into bee-ham to pollinate freely. We can protect pollinators in the city of Bellingham and become a "Bee City".

POLLINATOR GARDENS ARE ESSENTIAL TO

BRINGING BACK THE POLLINATORS AGAIN

  • PROBLEM * EXTINCTION OF VITAL KEYSTONE SPECIES AND NESTING HABITAT

  • HABITAT FRAGMENTATION IS THE  #1 CAUSE OF DRASTIC URBAN POLLINATOR DECLINES

  • SOLUTION * PLANT A WILD FLOWER GARDEN

  • WHY? BECAUSE PLANTING A HABITAT WILDFLOWER GARDEN ON YOUR RESIDENTIAL OR BUSINESS PROPERTY IS THE BEST MEASURE TO ENSURE ENOUGH POLLINATOR HABITAT IS CREATED TO SAVE AND RESTORE OUR NATIVE POLLINATORS, LIKE BEE'S AND BUTTERFLIES.

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