Pollinator Pathways – Establishing Pollinator-friendly habitats and food sources for bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other pollinating insects and wildlife.
Bee City USA – Cities and Campuses can sign up to be a Bee City USA.
Xerces – In their publication section you will find a number of downloadable fact sheets for native bees and pollinators.
Pollinator Partnership – The Pollinator Partnership site contains useful resouces called the “Ecoregional Planting Guides” to help you find plants that attract pollinators in your region.
Great Pollinator Project – In 2007, the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation at the American Museum of Natural History and the Greenbelt Native Plant Center launched the Great Pollinator Project.
Bumble Bee Watch– A collaborative effort to track and conserve North American bumble bees. In this citizen science project participants simply upload photos of bumblebees and the identification is verified by experts. The project will help determine the status and conservation needs of bumble bees.
Discover Life– This is a great resource for identifying individual species of bees.
Hudson Valley Bee Habitat – Hudson Valley Bee Habitat promotes public engagement with the environment and each other through the arts, bees and mindfulness.
Million Pollinator Gardens The Million Pollinator Garden Challenge has been launched by The National Pollinator Garden Network, a collaboration of stakeholders from the garden, pollinator and conservation communities working together to support the health of pollinating animals.