Pollinator populations across the United States are declining, and everyone can help.
Pollinators provide vital benefits to people and wildlife - keeping animals and plants that we depend on thriving while bringing us food and supporting the economy. We are focused are on helping at-risk pollinators, restoring habitat, working with others to meet pollinator needs, and dedicating resources for pollinator science.
Conserving our nation’s pollinators and their habitat is key to conserving our lands and waters, delivering natural solutions to the changing climate, and providing all Americans with access to nature and its many benefits. Whether it’s building a native pollinator garden in your yard or sharing your connection to pollinators with others, any conservation action helps.
Learn more about threats to pollinators and ways to help them below. If you’re looking for information about a specific pollinator, visit our Find a Species page.
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