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Helping Our Local Nipomo Pollinators: Native Plants Nourish Bees and Butterflies

Helping Our Local Nipomo Pollinators: Native Plants Nourish Bees and Butterflies
By Kevin O'Connor on Mar 06, 2020 at 10:35 PM in Nipomo Beneficial Insects

Bees, butterflies and other native insects are dwindling because they’re running out of the habitat and food provided by native plants. If we want to save our Nipomo native pollinators — and the birds and other animals that need those insects to survive — we need to change how we think about landscaping.

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