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Title Protecting pollinators : nurturing sustainable communities with pollinator gardens / [produced by Island Press]
Published Washington, DC : Island Press, 2020


Description 1 online resource (65 minutes)
Summary Without pollinators, like bees and butterflies, the world would be a dull and bland place. How can we make sure these creatures are always fluttering, soaring, and buzzing around us? And how does their presence make our communities more sustainable overall? Join us for a conversation about turning areas historically dominated by invasive species into vibrant pollinator habitats. See why these pollinators are so important not just to our natural world, but to our local neighborhoods as well. And, get perspectives from project leaders that successfully created thriving pollinator gardens in their local communities
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed April 25, 2023)
In English
Subject Pollinators.
Insect pollinators.
Habitat (Ecology)
Apoidea (superfamily)
gardens (open spaces)
Habitat (Ecology)
Insect pollinators
Genre/Form Educational films
Panel discussions
Educational films.
Panel discussions.
Films éducatifs.
Form Streaming video
Author Hawse, Jen, host
Helmer, Jodi, panelist
Moch, Aleksandra, panelist
Jones, Felicia, panelist
Island Press (Washington, D.C.), publisher.