Pollinators: General Information
Pollinator Friendly Practices Guidelines (U.S. Forest Service)
Pollinator Friendly Practices Guidelines consider six different areas of land use management: foraging habitat, reproduction, shelter, invasive/exotic species, chemical use, and monitoring.
Top 25 Native Pollinator Plants for North Carolina (N.C. Cooperative Extension)
This is a list of native pollinator plants with information about blooming seasons and where to purchase the plants.
Resource List for Pollinator Conservation (N.C. Cooperative Extension)
This is a list of books and other publications on pollinators.
Wild Turkeys and Pollinators (National Wild Turkey Federation)
Studies have shown a direct relationship between plant diversity and pollinator diversity. The more robust and diverse plant communities are, the more diversified insect and pollinator communities will be. Wild turkeys, too, benefit from a mixed plant and insect community.
All About Pollinators – Part 1: Intro for Springtime (video, ForestHer NC)
Presentations include “All about Pollinators!” with Debbie Roos, Sustainable Agriculture Agent from NC Cooperative Extension and “The Role of Caterpillars in our Landscape: Why You Should Love those Larvae!” with Mike Dunn, Naturalist Educator.