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Understory habitat refers to areas that can support flowering plants and grasses beneath or between existing crops such as berries, grapes or orchard fruits.
Filter strips are a great opportunity for adding habitat to meet habitat minimums while utilizing existing site features.
Mass-flowering crops refer to agricultural crops that provide abundant floral resources during their bloom period, which is often over a short period of time.
Wildflower meadows are permanent plantings of nectar- and pollen-rich plants, and can also contain native grasses or sedges.
Beetle banks invite natural pest control into your fields.
In the Media
Bee Better is generating meaningful change on farms, helping to preserve crop pollinators.
A New Certification from the Xerces Society and Oregon Tilth Aims to Restore Pollinator Habitat
New Farm and food certification program gives recognition to conservation-minded farmers and food companies that protect pollinators.