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*NEW  [https://www.eqb.state.mn.us/2017-state-agency-pollinator-report The Environmental Quality Board] recently released a Minnesota State Agency Pollinator Report.  The Report includes three specific goals in areas where state agencies have the greatest potential to reduce stress on pollinators.   
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*'''NEW!!!''' [https://www.eqb.state.mn.us/2017-state-agency-pollinator-report The Environmental Quality Board] recently released a Minnesota State Agency Pollinator Report.  The Report includes three specific goals in areas where state agencies have the greatest potential to reduce stress on pollinators.   
 
*[http://www.bwsr.state.mn.us/native_vegetation/Pollinator_Plan.pdf The Board of Water and Soil Resources] has a Pollinator Plan that includes why pollinator populations and habitat restoration matter, current protection and restoration efforts, native seed mixes, a fact sheet and a solar site pollinator habitat assessment form.
 
*[http://www.bwsr.state.mn.us/native_vegetation/Pollinator_Plan.pdf The Board of Water and Soil Resources] has a Pollinator Plan that includes why pollinator populations and habitat restoration matter, current protection and restoration efforts, native seed mixes, a fact sheet and a solar site pollinator habitat assessment form.
 
*[http://www.xerces.org/pollinator-conservation/gardens/ The Xerces Society]: Targeted for gardeners, this site contains much useful general information on pollinators and managing for pollinators
 
*[http://www.xerces.org/pollinator-conservation/gardens/ The Xerces Society]: Targeted for gardeners, this site contains much useful general information on pollinators and managing for pollinators
 
*[http://www.pollinatorfriendly.org/ Pollinator Friendly Alliance]
 
*[http://www.pollinatorfriendly.org/ Pollinator Friendly Alliance]

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perennial garden photo
Rainfall from the roof on this house is routed to a perennial garden containing, among other plants, goldenrod, milkweed, and purple coneflower.

Vegetated stormwater BMPs can be designed to be pollinator-friendly. It is clear that pollinators, both vertebrates and invertebrates, are in decline (see [1], [2], [3], [4], [5]). This page provides numerous links to information that can be used in designing and implementing pollinator-friendly stormwater BMPs.

Caution: Although the following links provide information on pollinator friendly practices, it is important to remember the primary function of a stormwater BMP is to manage stormwater. In particular, it is important to ensure that plants selected as being pollinator friendly must also function well within the stormwater practice. See Design criteria for bioretention and Minnesota plant lists for more information.

Pollinator friendly plants

Pollinator friendly practices

Although much of the information on these pages is general, many of the practices can be incorporated into vegetated stormwater BMPs.

Case studies

Other links

  • NEW!!! The Environmental Quality Board recently released a Minnesota State Agency Pollinator Report. The Report includes three specific goals in areas where state agencies have the greatest potential to reduce stress on pollinators.
  • The Board of Water and Soil Resources has a Pollinator Plan that includes why pollinator populations and habitat restoration matter, current protection and restoration efforts, native seed mixes, a fact sheet and a solar site pollinator habitat assessment form.
  • The Xerces Society: Targeted for gardeners, this site contains much useful general information on pollinators and managing for pollinators
  • Pollinator Friendly Alliance

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