Save America’s Wildlife

More prairie in Kansas: Good for the bees

Bee on a flower
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A little bit of habitat can go a long way for bees and other pollinators. It’s why we worked to include funding in the 2021 bipartisan infrastructure bill for pollinator habitat along roadsides.

It’s with this in mind that we’re pleased to see a new project in eastern Kansas to restore 5 acres of native prairie in a local park. Local bees and other pollinators will love it. Other wildlife will too.

From The Lawrence Times story:

More pollinators and wildlife could soon buzz and burrow within Prairie Park. Coordinators of a grant-funded prairie habitat restoration project have begun the process of restoring a portion of the park… The two-year restoration project will yield numerous benefits for wildlife, insects and area residents.  

This effort and others like it are needed to save the bees and ensure that our lives are enriched by nature.

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