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  2010 Pollinator poster
Available as a PDF only! This is a colorful poster of a flowering Earth. It reminds us bees, and the 17 other pollinators shown, bring us one out of every three bites of food we eat. Size: 32 1/2 by 30 inches. (2010)
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PA-2046 Bee a Friend to Pollinators brochure*
Available as a downloadable PDF only! This colorful brochure explains the different types of pollinators and some fun facts about them. The publication folds into a 2 3/4 x 3 1/2 inch pocket size brochure. Restricted to 50 outside of NRCS.(2019)
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  2011 Pollinator poster
Available as a downloadable PDF only! This is a colorful poster depicting 18 different varieties of North American bees. (2011)
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  2012 Pollinator poster
Available as PDF only! This is a colorful poster depicting different migratory pathways for various pollinators and the plants they visit on their journey. The wording is in English, Spanish and French. The poster measures 28 x 26 inches (2012)
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  Farming for Pollinators
Available as a downloadable PDF only! This brochure provides a summary of the habitat requirements of crop pollinators and where their habitat may be found around a farm. This brochure was produced in collaboration with the NRCS and the Xerces Society.
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  Spanish Farming for Pollinators
Available as a downloadable pdf only! "Cultivando Para Los Polinizadores" This brochure was produced in collaboration with the NRCS and the Xerces Society. This is a Spanish translation of the "Farming for Pollinators" brochure, and provides a summary of the habitat requirements of crop pollinators and where their habitat may be found around a farm.
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  2013 Pollinator poster
Available as a PDF only! "The Wonder of Discovery -Pollinators All Around" poster illustrates a bold and simple color scheme and sciences full of action. Take time to discover the bees, hummingbirds, bats, butterflies, moths, and others on this poster. The poster measurers 19 1/2" X 29" (2013)
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  2014 Pollinator poster
Available as a PDF only! The 2014 Pollinator poster, titled "Native Orchids Need Their Pollinators", depicts the beautiful and diverse orchids, many of which are threatened or endangered, and the pollinators they attract. The text is translated into English, French and Spanish. The poster size is 24"x36". (2014)
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  2015 Pollinator poster
Available as a PDF only! This poster is the 2015 Pollinator poster which depicts several carnivorous plants that do not eat their pollinators! This poster measurers 18" by 37" and the information on the poster is in English, French and Spanish. (2015)
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  Cover Cropping for Pollinators and Beneficial Insects
Available as a downloadable PDF only! Flowering cover crops can fulfill their original purpose as a conservation practice while at the same time providing valuable forage for wild bees, honey bees, and beneficial insects. This 16-page bulletin will help you use cover crops to encourage populations of pollinators and beneficial insects on your farm while you address your other resource concerns. (2015)
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  2016 Pollinator poster
Available as a PDF only! The 2016 Pollinator Poster "Trees for Bees" depicts the various trees that are great food and nesting sources for bees. Poster size is 24" W x 38" H (2016)
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  2018 Pollinator poster
Available as a PDF only! A diversity of managed and native pollinators supports healthy wild lands and a nutritious food supply in North America. In turn, native plant communities that sustain pollinators are an essential foundation for ecosystem integrity and diversity. The poster measures 18" x 36" (2018)
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  2019 Pollinator poster
Available as a downloadable PDF only! Endangered Pollinators and Their Habitats. 24''x36" The 2019 pollinator poster, developed by Pollinator Partnership along with many partners including NRCS, features pollinator species that are at risk and listed as federally endangered or threatened. Maintaining the diversity of pollinators is important to support ecological resilience and sustain economic interests. (2019)
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  2020 Pollinator poster-Our Future Flies with Pollinators*
Restricted to 5 copies outside of the FPAC agencies. The 2020 poster shows that pollinators provide many ecosystem services that support the health of plants, people and the planet. The poster measures 24" x 38".
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  2021 Pollinator poster
Available as a downloadable PDF only! Pollinator-friendly Best Management Practices promote pollinator populations and pollinator diversity in agricultural landscapes, resulting in important benefits to farmers.
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  2006 Pollinator poster
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  2022 Pollinator poster
Available as a downloadable PDF only! Wings of Life, a diversity of butterflies and moths serve a critical role in pollinating native plants and contribute significantly to ecosystems and culture. The poster measures 24" x 33".
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  2023 Pollinator poster-Climate Change is in Our Hands*
Available as a downloadable PDF only! The 2023 poster shows that climate change is in our hands, and the little things you do each day can make a difference in the health of pollinators, people, and the planet. 28"wide by 34" tall.
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