Protecting migratory pollinators: Policy successes from Minnesota - Honey Bee Haven
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Protecting migratory pollinators: Policy successes from Minnesota

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This webinar, hosted in partnership with the Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides (NCAP) is the the third and final installation in the Protecting Migratory Pollinators webinar series. Minnesota has led the nation in the amount of pollinator policies authored and passed, both at the state and local level — including the very successful Lawns to Legumes (L2L) habitat grant program for homeowners. Learn more from Tara Perriello, Conservation Technician at the MN Board of Soil and Water Resources on the Lawns to Legumes pilot program and Erin Rupp, Founder of Pollinate Minnesota, about the work that has been done in Minnesota, and what work remains, including specifics on the L2L program and lessons to share with other states.


Garden, Pollinators