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Going Here Selecting Plants for Pollinators - A  Regional Guide for Farmers, Land Managers and Gardeners. 

http://inter-actions.fr/bilobrusuy/3303 This is the link to a Regional 24 page guide designed to provide information on how individuals can influence pollinator populations through the choices they make. You will find in helpful in identifying pollinators, choosing the best plants to provide pollen and providing shelter and water for them.

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