The New Jersey Beekeepers Association has produced a beautiful eight-minute video calling for citizens in that state to plant “pollinator gardens” — spaces that have blooms attractive to pollinators that last all summer long.

The video lays out the reasons — well known to use beekeepers — why the non-beekeeping public should be concerned about pollinators and the steps we can all take to maintain the population of honeybees, bumblebees, butterflies and other important insects.

Here’s the video. It’s well worth watching:


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