Help wild pollinators
Pollinators help plants that bring us food and other resources. By carrying pollen from one plant to another, pollinators fertilize plants and allow them to make fruit or seeds. Pollinator health is critical to our food system and the diversity of life across the world.
- Growing landscapes to help bees and other pollinators
- Minnesota Bee Atlas
- Minnesota bumble bee guide
- Native plants for Minnesota landscapes
- Nests for pollinators
- Pollinator Ambassadors
- Wasps and bees
The University of Minnesota Twin Cities is an official USA Bee Campus. Visit campus to see bee lawns and nesting bee sculptures that provide food and habitat for many wild bee species.