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Public interest in helping pollinators is on the rise, but many groups publish bee-friendly plant lists that lack experimental data and rarely include flowering trees and shrubs, which are major components of urban landscapes.

Daniel A. Potter presents research-backed advice for building a bee-friendly landscape in an urban setting.​

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Mitigating Insect Management Effects on Pollinators​

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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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