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Support local business that support pollinators health!

If you need a nursery, please use one that supports our Pollinators.

 Bee Friendly Businesses
These businesses are promoting the preservation and survival of Mendocino’s pollinators.
Mendocino Coast

Fiddlers Green

525 S Franklin St, Fort Bragg, CA 95437
(707) 964-3555
17901 N. Highway 1, Fort Bragg, CA 95437
(707) 961-1074


South Coast

Gualala Building Supply

Gualala Building Supply
38501 S. Highway 1, Gualala, CA 95445
(707) 884-3518

Inland South

Blue Sky Nursery

735 Dusty Rd, Redwood Valley, CA 95470

(707) 485-7623

Attention Local Cities!


Your city can become a Bee City too!

Click on the link to find out how.

Bee City USA

The City of Fort Bragg, CA was the first Bee City in all of California. (Read more)


Xerces Society – Protecting the Life that Sustains Us



The Xerces Society is a nonprofit organization that protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitat.

Bring Back the Pollinator Campaign


Pesticide Action Network – North America 

Reclaiming the future of food and farming.

Plant a pollinator haven then map it.  We can create a pollinator haven for the entire Mendocino County, by identifying food deserts and planting forage to ratify these deserts.

 EPA, protect bees from pesticides – Sign Petition

Beyond Pesticides – Bee Protective



 Protecting Honey Bees and Wild Pollinators From Pesticides

Beyond Pesticices advocates for widespread adoption of organic management practices as key to protect pollinators and the environment, and has long sought a broad-scale marketplace transition to organic practices that disallows the use of toxic synthetic pesticides by law and encourages a systems-based approach that is protective of health and the environment. Read below for information on the role that pesticides play in pollinator decline, and actions you can take to BEE Protective. For information on growing plants to protect pollinators, see our Pollinator-Friendly Seeds and Nursery Directory. Use the Bee Protective Habitat Guide to plant a pollinator garden suited for your region, and consider seeding white clover into your lawn.