Across the country and around the world, there are many examples of organizations and individuals doing their part to protect pollinators. Review what’s going on in other cities, as well as right here in the LEAP region.
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s Mentor Marsh restoration project has garnered a great deal of notoriety due to its success. The Museum’s Natural Areas staff have documented a remarkable increase in biodiversity since the project began in 2004. Watch Mentor Marsh Reborn as Birding Paradise
Creating Monarch Habitat in your Midwestern Garden by Iza Redlinski of The Field Museum in Chicago