Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Private Landowners Wanted For Pollinator, Native Plant Habitat Conservation Project

Are you interested in pollinator conservation, while visually, ecologically, and environmentally enhancing your private landscape?
Private landowners with at least once acre of land and who are interested in long-term conservation of monarch, rusty patched bumble bee, and other rare pollinator habitat are encouraged to be part of the Pollinator Partnership’s Project Wingspan -- a coordinated effort to enhance land across eight states to support pollinators.
If your land qualifies, a pollinator habitat coordinator will visit your site, free of charge, to evaluate your habitat landscape and offer habitat development guidance. 
Plant material awards will be given to selected sites for habitat enhancement.
To be considered for the project, you must complete a preliminary online survey by August 15.
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(Reprinted from the July 24 issue of DCNR’s Resource newsletter. Click Here to sign up for your own copy.)

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