Help us reach the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge!

I’ve been in the process of making our yard more pollinator friendly, and was delighted this year to see what I believe to be our first monarch butterfly in the garden. (It may have been a viceroy. I do get confused.) There’s something immensely powerful about taking steps to beautify your own immediate surroundings, and watching how nature responds. But such steps can also feel futile. Especially when weighed against the scale of the ecological disruption and loss of pollinators we are living through.

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Help us reach the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge!

I’ve been in the process of making our yard more pollinator friendly, and was delighted this year to see what I believe to be our first monarch butterfly in the garden. (It may have been a viceroy. I do get confused.) There’s something immensely powerful about taking steps to beautify your own immediate surroundings, and watching how nature responds. But such steps can also feel futile. Especially when weighed against the scale of the ecological disruption and loss of pollinators we are living through.

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