- The Xerces Society has many resources on pollinator conservation.
- The UC Berkeley Urban Bee Lab has suggestions on gardening for bees, especially in urban settings. Learn how to attract bees to even small areas!
- The National Wildlife Federation offers an overview of why pollinators are in decline, and how you can work to help them in your garden.
- The Nature Conservancy's Cool Green Science Blog offers 5 simple tips fo build a pollinator-friendly backyard.
- The Pollinator Partnership has downloadable resources for you to teach others in your community about pollinator diversity and conservation.
- Visit the Haagen-Dazs Honey Bee Haven Garden (near the UC Davis airport) to see fantastic pollinator gardens and ways you can provide resources for native bees at home.
- The California Native Plant Society has a diverse library of links to different pollinator information pages.
- The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center has many good tips on gardening for pollinators. They're based in Texas, so remember to look for species native to California!
- Las Pilitas Nursery has very thorough plant descriptions and suggestions for plant palettes that will attract California native insect pollinators.
This page is intended to supplement material found on interpretive panels installed along the North Davis Channel environmental education areas. Curious about the other panels? Check out their pages:
- Looking downstream...
- Looking upstream...
- Look out for migratory birds
- Have you seen these resident birds?
- What's a hedgerow?
- Ditch your lawn
- Monarchs need milkweed...
PDFs of all panels are available here.