Our gardens are down, the weather is finally committing to fall and Thanksgiving’s just a week away—what better time to say how much we appreciate all of you?
September is a liminal month, somewhere between the unrelenting heat of summer and the cool breeziness of fall. What better time to rethink your lawn?
Native plants and pollinators have co-evolved for generations, perfecting an eco-dance of interdependence and resilence.
Support the Birds and Bees Protection Act and help rid the environment of toxic neonics. Act by June 1! Here’s how:
Let the mower rest for the month of May. You may be delighted by how your lawn responds.
For inspiration, we asked friends, teachers and mentors what nature-nurturing plans they have in mind for 2022.
Native bees and pollinators need our assistance. Here’s how to help. (Video courtesy of the Xerces Society)
How to respond to rapid pollinator die-off through ecological design (Video)
Candace Gallagher, who leads the Pollinator Patrol Club walks and talks in Staatsburg’s Mills Norrie State Park, teaches the next generation (and their parents) respect for the little things in life.