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Added Jan 22 2018

Pollinators (including honey bees, native bees, birds, bats, butterflies, and other species) are essential to healthy ecosystems. Pollinators support the success and vigor of flowering plants, making ecosystems stronger, more resilient, and enhancing the environment for human populations. Decades of stressors (including the loss, degradation, and fragmentation of habitat, reduction in the number and quality of food sources, reduction in the availability of sites for breeding, nesting, and roosting, and improper use of pesticides and herbicides) have severely and adversely altered the health and numbers of pollinator populations.

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http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org/2018/01/22/thursday-february-1-400-pm-500-pm-landscape-maintenance-practices-for-native-bees/
Date published
January 22, 2018
    Thursday, February 1, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm - Landscape Maintenance Practices for Native Bees
    Pollinators (including honey bees, native bees, birds, bats, butterflies, and other species) are essential to healthy ecosystems. Pollinators support the success and vigor of flowering plants, making ecosystems stronger, more resilient, and enhancing the environment for human populations.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

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