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Ellen Jakubowski

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A sharp line divides a lawn with short grass, on the left, from one that has grown longer, with other plants mixed in, on the right.

Does ‘No Mow May’ really help pollinators?

To you, “No Mow May” could sound like a simple way to help wildlife, a welcome excuse to put off chores or a first step down the road to anarchy. Read More
To you, “No Mow May” could sound like a simple way to help wildlife, a welcome excuse to put...
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A fuzzy caterpillar sits on top of fallen leaves.

Create a leafy habitat for wildlife

“Leave the leaves” on the ground in fall is a common refrain. Doing so provides winter habitat for butterflies, bees and more and insulates your sleeping plants. Read More
“Leave the leaves” on the ground in fall is a common refrain. Doing so provides winter habitat for butterflies,...
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Male rufous hummingbird visiting red-flowering currant (Ribes sanguineum) © Shutterstock

How to attract and help hummingbirds with native plants

What’s not to love about hummingbirds? Found only in the Western Hemisphere, these birds are truly The Americas’ sweethearts. The energy-rich nectar they drink keeps their hearts beating up to 1,200 beats per minute... Read More
What’s not to love about hummingbirds? Found only in the Western Hemisphere, these birds are truly The Americas’ sweethearts....
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An elongated red-orange and black beetle with long antennae, a dimorphic flower longhorn beetle, dusted with pollen, feeds on a rose.

Beetle-mania: Meet nature’s unsung pollinators

Beetles complement the efforts of other pollinators, contributing to the overall performance of the pollinator population and health of the ecosystem as a whole. Read More
Beetles complement the efforts of other pollinators, contributing to the overall performance of the pollinator population and health of...
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Monarch butterfly drinking nectar from pink Joe Pye Weed flowers

How re:grow helps you help nature

April showers bring May flowers, but this spring will specifically be bringing native flowers, as well as other native plants, shrubs and trees thanks to people like you signing up for re:grow, our new... Read More
April showers bring May flowers, but this spring will specifically be bringing native flowers, as well as other native...
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