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Master Gardener grant-funded Pollinator Gardens

In the spring of 2016, ND Extension Master Gardener Program awarded 16 groups of Master Gardeners across the state $500 grants for constructing pollinator gardens.

Master Gardeners, with help of NDSU Extension County Agents and permission from several localities from public parks to zoos, have planted 16 pollinator gardens across our state. The goal of these gardens is threefold: to teach through outreach, to beautify your communities, and to create safe havens for our pollinators such as bees and butterflies. Are you interested in gardening with pollinator health and habitat in mind? Check out our publications to learn more about the plants and animals you find in pollinator gardens.

Do you live near one of our funded gardens?

We hope that you'll visit our gardens and take photos! Please, upload your photos to your flickr account and use the hashtag  #NDEMGPollinators to share your photos with us and others.

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