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Posted March 26, 2020

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Posted March 3, 2020

For the first time in 31 years.

Posted March 2, 2020
Bees, Flowers, gardening, Landcare

In this time of the Anthropocene, when human activity has been the dominant influence on climate and the environment, stories about biodiversity loss have become heartbreakingly common. Once limited to the occasional report of a notable megafauna—the endangerment of pandas, snow leopards, elephants—today our awareness of species engagement extends to those small and oft-taken-for-granted service workers of earth’s ancient plant propagation engine: pollinators.

Yet the very workaday nature of the wee beasts that once – to most of us—registered as no more than the movement and sound in the summer air of our backyards should tell us something of how we can help – unlike snow leopards, they live among us, so shouldn’t the opportunities to offer support lie all around us where we live and work?

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