"Pollinators are what ecologists call keystone species. You know how an arch has a keystone. It's the one stone that keeps the two halves of the arch together...if you remove the keystone, the whole arch collapses."
-May Berenbaum, PhD, Entomologist
Birds, butterflies, bees and moths are all pollinators, playing an essential role in human survival. They protect biodiversity, pollinate our crops, increase carbon sequestration and decrease soil erosion.
By planting organic, pollinator-friendly gardens, we offer our pollinating friends the food and water they need to carry out their imperative role in our shared eco-system.