The goal of the Pollinator Corridors Project is to provide more food and nectar resources for native pollinators by increasing native flowering plant biodiversity in Central California. Native pollinators are adapted to native plants and increasing native plant biodiversity supports a more diverse array of native pollinators. Below are links to more in depth information on some of the plants we use for building pollinator corridors in our restoration projects. This pollinator corridor work emphasizes early and late flowering nectar plants that support the spring and fall migrating and overwintering wild monarch butterflies.
Help us map your work in building pollinator corridors! With your help we can learn more about the effectiveness of this project. Please send us the general planting location using Google or Apple Maps. To do this, drop a Pin by holding your finger on the map on your phone, then click “Share” and email the Pin to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the number and which species you planted.