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    Take the #beebetterchallenge!

    Post pictures of your favourite pollinators on Instagram and use the #beebetterchallenge hashtag!

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    Interested in gardening?

    Browse the "Protecting Pollinators" tab to learn more about creating pollinator gardens in your backyard.

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    Learn more about Manitoba pollinators!

    Bees, butterflies, moths, beetles, flies and hummingbirds - these are just a few insects that contribute to a healthy ecosystem.

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    Did you know...

    About 85% of all flowering plants require a pollinator to make seed. This includes both plants in natural ecosystems and in the crops and orchards that we rely on for food.

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    Invite pollinators into your community

    Work together with members of your community to encourage pollinator habitat within school, business and home landscapes.

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    Leave a Messy Garden in the Fall!

    Many pollinators require an insulating layer of fallen grasses, branches, and leaves when overwintering on the ground. A messy garden gives pollinators the habitat they need to survive the winter months.

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BBee Better MB logoee Better Manitoba is a group of like-minded organizations who have come together with a common goal - to inspire and empower Manitobans to protect, conserve and create pollinator-friendly habitat at home and in their communities.

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What's New?

Webinar: Rewilding the Veggie Garden, May 27

rewilding webinar snapshotOn May 27, the North American Native Plant Society is hosting a free webinar on pairing native plants with vegetable gardens to enhance biodiversity and cross pollination. This webinar provides information on how all-native plant lovers and veggie gardener-enthusiasts can achieve successful companion gardening.

Click Here to Register!

 

Webinar - Native pollinators: Who they are and how to help them out

logosPollinators are a diverse group of insects responsible for ecosystem health and food production. Unfortunately, many of these beneficial insects are on the decline due to a combination of stressors. 

In this free webinar hosted by the Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan on April 20, Sarah Semmler from the Living Prairie Museum presented some of our most important native prairie pollinators, why they're in decline, and what we can do to help them out.

Click here to check out the webinar recording!
 

LPM Prairie Planting Workshops, April 19 & 22

The Living Prairie Museum is hosting a virtual Prairie Planting workshop on April 19 and 22!prairie plants

Instructor John Morgan will help you increase biodiversity in your back yard. Find out how prairie species can be included in your landscape designs, and why using native plant material is important for conservation. These beginner workshops guide participants through site preparation, seed germination, and planting for flower beds or larger prairie restorations.

Interested in participating in the workshop? Visit the Living Prairie Museum's website.

 

Best Practices for Pollinators - Annual Summit (Online), March 2-4

best practices for pollinators imageOn March 2-4, the Pollinator Friendly Alliance and the Xerces Society is hosting an online summit to discuss best practices for pollinators. In this three-day event, you can learn more about: 

  • Ecologically-sound land management practices that promote pollinators, climate resilience, clean water and lands
  • Old world methods and innovation on pesticide reduction, habitat installation, and improving soil health
  • ...and more!

Interested in attending? Click here to register!

 

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