Attracting Native Pollinators Book

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Attracting Native Pollinators is a wonderful resource that help provide the knowledge and skills needed to create a habitat for native pollinators.

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Attracting Native Pollinators is a wonderful resource that help provide the knowledge and skills needed to create a habitat for native pollinators. Supporting our native pollinators is more important than ever. With the recent years, decline in population of honey bees, butterflies, and many other beneficial insects, it is crucial that all of us to do our part to keep natural ecosystems afloat. This book helps the reader understand their own responsibility while also teaching how to create an aesthetically pleasing landscape.
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