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Environment Protecting Pollinators

Protecting Pollinators

Bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, moths, wasps, flies, beetles and even a few bats move pollen between flowers, enabling the world’s flowering plants to produce seeds for fruits, vegetables and nuts. Unfortunately, pollinator populations are declining around the world. At our world headquarters in Southfield, Michigan, employees started to plant a garden to increase the local pollinator habitat. Currently, there are two gardens that are both certified as Monarch Waystations. An awareness campaign encouraged employees to reduce or eliminate pesticide use, increase green spaces by creating pollinator friendly habitats, and educate neighbors, schools and the community.

Posted on 7/1/2019

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