There are many ways to get involved in making the changes that we need to make to save our pollinators and our planet. Citizen Science, teaching kids to respect nature, planting native plants are just the tip of the iceberg of what you can do to help!
Be a Citizen Scientist
Saving our bees and other invertebrae like dragonflies, relies on submitted observation, widespread data collection and participation from citizen science projects.
These projects help determine areas in need of regenerative or conservation efforts.
Participate in a single project like our Dirty Blooms Bee Blitz for 2021 and click below to find other citizen science projects.
Teach Through Fun
Get the kids outside!
Nature adventures bring about teachable moments that are most often remembered when learning is FUN!
Nurture and grow children's respect and empathy skills with new plant and wildlife introductions.
Spiritual connections are made with each noise heard, each fragrance inhaled, and each texture touched while walking or playing in the parks.
Plant Native Plants
Small Space Conservation Counts!
Re-wild acres of lawn or grow one pot full of Milkweed on your front porch; the tiniest of native plant initiatives counts in conservation.
We need MILLIONS of small space conservation areas not just a few super large parks.
Let us help get you started with a free native plant or tree!
Protect Our Pollinators
6 MUST DO's that will have a major impact on their survival
Don't rake the leaves!
No Pesticides-Shop organic plants
Turn off outside lights at night
Review your states invasive plant list yearly
Plant specifically for endangered & threatened species