76 Kristina Lefever: Ways to Support our Bees and Other Pollinators

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Topics covered in this episode

All about the national Bee City USA movement

Local pollinator projects and organizations

What role do pollinators play in our world and why are they so important

What is the current state of our pollinators, and what is effecting them?

The good news and how local organizations are making a difference

Specific ways to support pollinators in your local area

Specific plants to have in your garden to support our pollinators

About Kristina Lefever

Kristina is the president of the Pollinator Project Rogue Valley, chair of Bee City USA Ashland, a board member of Beyond Toxics, and a certified Jackson County Master Gardener. Her dream is that everyone's yard will include a little or a lot of pollinator habitat, even if it's just a pot of nepeta (catmint) on the porch. Kristina and her husband have turned their barren property in Ashland Oregon into a pollinator garden, with many native plants, trees - and dandelions - but of course it's never finished. She loves teaching about our native bees, butterflies, flies, wasps, beetles, and humming- birds, and the plants and habitats that best support them.

Connect with Kristina Lefever

Pollinator Project RV: https://www.pollinatorprojectroguevalley.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PollinatorProject/

Bee City USA: https://www.beecityusa.org/

Beyond Toxics: https://www.beyondtoxics.org/

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