Trees: Meadows in the Sky
Trees Forever, partners and volunteers work hard to plant trees, grasses and forbes to create habitat for pollinators. Pollinators, such as birds, bats, butterflies and insects, are vital to creating a healthy future. In fact, pollinators are directly responsible for about every third bite of food we consume.
What You Can Do to Help Pollinators
Plant and maintain native trees, shrubs and prairie for food and shelter. Ensure year-round blooms, plant a mix of colors and group flowers by species. Talk to your neighbors about how having more habitat in the neighborhood helps pollinators have better access to food and nesting sites.
Get Buzzy Spreading the Word!
Share our pollinator fact sheet and learn which trees and shrubs to plant for pollinators.