How Blue Thumb Partnership Works Blue Thumb is a resource hub for creating resilient landscapes. Our network — Blue Thumb Partners — connects those who work in this field with each other and with customers who want to make positive change in their yard. Property owners come to us for expertise. On our website you’ll…
NRP was founded in 2014 with the goal of bringing a non-intensive approach to ecological restoration focused on people and the land. From Twin Cities’ roots, we have grown to… Read More →
Minnesota Dragonfly Society Ensuring the conservation of Minnesota’s dragonflies and damselflies through research and education.
In 2020 many Minnesotans enthusiastically rose to the challenge of protecting pollinators in their yards through Lawns to Legumes, a state Board of Water and Soil Resources (BWSR) program to… Read More →
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The Environmental Justice Hub (EJ Hub) is intended to be a co-created space to advance both personal and professional knowledge, understanding, language, and applications of equitable practices. This network of environmental professionals and community members aims to create a multi-level framework of our leadership, our partners, and our broader community that centers understanding and accountability…
Blue Thumb encourages people to plant native plants, put in raingardens, complete shoreline stabilization projects and other practices to protect clean water, support pollinators, and choose turf alternatives that require less watering and fewer inputs. Blue Thumb is a program of the non-profit Metro Blooms. A donation to Blue Thumb goes through Metro Blooms to…
A Lawns to Legume Story Another participant project from Lawns to Legumes, a Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources program supporting residents to create pollinator habitat in their yards… Read More →
Join Master Gardeners, Master Water Stewards, and Blue Thumb Partners to learn how to help residents across the metro access the new Lawns to Legumes program to create pollinator habitat… Read More →