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Spring Native Plant Sales in Minnesota

It’s almost time for a new growing season! We’ve put together a list of upcoming native plant sales in the Twin Cities Metro and throughout Minnesota. Sales will be continually…  Read More

Lawn Care for Pollinators: Beyond No Mow May

Minnesota bees are rising from their winter slumber. Some native bees overwinter underground; others are cavity-nesters and find refuge in hollow sticks and stems. Different bee species emerge at different…  Read More

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MN BWSR April Featured Plant: Field Pussytoes 4/18 Virtual Resilient Yards Workshop with the City of Minnetonka 4/23 Virtual Resilient Yards Workshop with the City of Minneapolis 4/25 In-Person Resilient Shoreline Workshop with the City of Eden Prairie All Spring Workshops Resilient Yards Online Learning Series Plant Finder Tool Lawns to Legumes Feedback Survey MNL:…

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Job seekers, please follow any links below to find more information about job opportunities. Opportunities highlighted in light gray indicate a listing from a Blue Thumb partner, sponsor, or funder. Blue Thumb Partners and others are encouraged to share open positions with us. Please email your job listing information to megan@metroblooms.org.  

Creating My Pollinator Garden

A Lawns to Legumes Story A recipient of a state Lawns to Legumes cost-share grant shares how she came to plant her pollinator garden. Lawns to Legumes, a program through…  Read More

Pollinator Meadows

Pollinator Meadows are expansive areas full of a diversity of native plants, much like the original prairie that covered the Great Plains. These can be started from seed, all at once. You may find, though,  that establishing one is easiest “bite by bite” by starting a smaller garden and then converting more turf to native…