Master Pollinator Steward

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Pollinators...

... are critically important for crop production and natural ecosystems. And they are in peril.

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How you can help

Help mitigate the decline in pollinator populations by starting a Master Pollinator Steward program in your area.

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Pollinators — such as bees, birds, butterflies, bats and insects — play a crucial role in the production of most fruits and vegetables. They also support healthy ecosystems that clean the air, stabilize soils and support wildlife.

Studies show that pollinator populations are in decline because of a loss of feeding and nesting habitats, pollution and the misuse of pesticides. Learn how to protect our agricultural economy and food supply with the Master Pollinator Steward program.

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