Learn how to invite pollinators into outdoor spaces of all scales

Pollinating insects are good for the planet, for plants, and for you! Cornell Botanic Gardens shares ways you can welcome these beneficial insects into personal and community outdoor spaces.


Four ways to welcome native bees

Zaidee Powers Rosales, integrated pest management specialist at Cornell Botanic Gardens, shares the joys of native bees and four easy ways to make outdoor areas welcoming to them.


Connecting with nature through mindfulness meditation

Enjoy the health benefits of time among pollinators and plants.


The Wonder of Native Pollinator Plants

Krissy Boys, native plant specialist, talks about using native plants to nurture pollinator insects and wildlife.


A Hardworking, Biodiverse Garden

The Bioswale Garden offers inspiration for using native plants to create biodiverse, pollinator-pleasing gardens that are beautiful across the seasons.


All about our Native Lawn

A lawn sown with native grasses does a world of good. Learn why and how to create one.


Pollinator Gardening Resources

Additional sources and links for creating pollinator-pleasing habitats