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A butterfly rests on a pink echinacea coneflower

Design to save pollinators

With pollinator populations on the decline, a Minnesota program is drawing on U of M expertise to make it easier for Minnesotans to incorporate pollinator-friendly plants.

Image of Dan Shaw next to an image of a butterfly in a pollinator garden. Credit: Getty Images
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Talking pollinator gardens with U of M

Minnesotans are eager to get back to their gardens and are busy picking out this year’s plants and seeds. As you make your garden selections this spring, consider plants that will help support the state’s declining pollinator populations.  

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