Our Work: We design large scale landscape projects that attract and support solitary native bees so they can reproduce and thrive. A restored native habitat results in bringing back bees and other wildlife for a diverse and stable ecosystem that is abundant and beautiful.
Why: Due to habitat loss and pesticide use many areas are degraded and cannot support bees and beneficial insects. Our mission with the Pollinator Project is to help campuses, cities, neighborhoods and farms become sanctuaries for native bees so they can thrive.
Nature provides us with all we need, so it is in our best interest to help the little creatures who pollinate our food. Ninety percent of plants, and 30% of our food is pollinated by bees, so creating a Pollinator Village is good for all of us.
We work with groups and teams to create a beautiful, healthy landscapes that invites bees, butterflies and wildlife back to the land.
Benefits of a Pollinator Village:
- create a beautiful and abundant flower garden
- provide pollen and nectar for bees and butterflies and help them thrive
- provide safe, clean nesting sites in the SoloBee Shelters
- provide water for bees and other insects
- increase pollination for fruit orchards and vegetable gardens
- educate others on how to save the bees while creating beauty
- bring pride and joy to the community by knowing they are helping native bees and nature
- create a beautiful village of solar lanterns at night
- use interpretive signage to educate others on your mission and service to the bees
Other benefits of a Pollinator Village:
- increase biodiversity
- higher crop yields of edible plants
- abundant flowers and healthy plants
- sequester carbon to reduce global warming
- helping the bees, a 100 million year old species
97% of bees on the planet are solitary, native bees.
They are gentle, non-stinging bees that evolved everywhere
and now they need our help.
Contact- firstname.lastname@example.org | 619-807-9193 | Pollinator Village Project