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Organic Site Preparation for Wildflower EstablishmentPollinators are a priority resource concern for many conservationists and farmers. The Xerces Society conducted field trials throughout the Easter, Midwestern and Western United States to inform best practices.
Helping Monarchs and Pollinators: Rethinking MowingPollinators are a priority resource concern for many conservationists and farmers. The Xerces Society conducted field trials throughout the Easter, Midwestern and Western United States to inform best practices.
Restoring habitat for Monarch in eastern OntarioIncreasingly, private landowners are interested in restoring areas of their property to provide improved habitat for Monarch and other pollinators. While there is abundant information on small-scale gardening with native plants, there is far less information available for restoration plantings at a larger scale. Here is a brief introduction for landowners in eastern Ontario interested in restoring an area of an acre or in a cost-effective way. More detailed information is in progress, so keep in touch for updates. Another great resource from the Xerces Society is Establishing Pollinator Meadows from Seed.
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Plastics in Our Waterways'Plastics in our waterways: how do they harm wildlife?' Join in as we discuss the types, sources and impacts of plastic pollution in Canadian aquatic ecosystems, where you can find microplastics in your home, and learn what we can do to reduce the “plastic problem.”