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Small, butterfly-centric gardens are often overlooked in efforts to restore monarch habitats in agricultural areas.

Adam M. Baker explains how gardens such as Monarch Waystations can serve as “stepping stones” between urban and rural areas.

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Protecting Honey Bees During Corn and Soybean Planting Season

Christian Krupke, Purdue University​, June 2012​

 Additional Resources

Pollinator Information − Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station (CAES)

Wild Pollinator Web Resources − Cornell University

Plants Bees Like Best List − Horticultural Re​search Institute

Metro Atlanta Beekeepers Association − Metro Atlanta Beekeepers Association

Pollinator Resour​ces − Minnesota Environmental Quality Board

Pollinators − National Park Service

Million Pollinator Garden Challenge – The National Pollinator Garden Network

Center for Pollinator Research − Penn State University

Quantifying Bee Assemblages and Attractiveness of Flowering Woody Landscape Plants for Urban Pollinator Conservation​ – PLOS ONE

Pollinator Partnership − Pollinator Partnership

Protecting Bees − Rutgers University IR-4 Project

California Center for Urban Horticulture − University of California, Davis

Insects & Pollinators − United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service

Pollinator Conservation Resource Center​ − The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation​​​​

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