Feed The Bees resources for cities and governments will be posted as they are developed, sourced or become available. We encourage you to share this information with your colleagues; communities; elected officials; local, regional and national governmental and non-governmental organizations; on your website(s) and across all social media networks.
- “A Plea for Bees’ Needs ~ how to encourage backyard biodiversity”
Video presentation by Dr. Elizabeth Elle, SFU Department of Biological Sciences
- Attracting Beneficial Insects with Native Flowering Plants
Department of Entomology, Michigan State University (opens 2.358 MB PDF file in new window).
- Bee Basics: An Introduction to Our Native Bees
A USDA and Pollinator Partnership Publication (opens 1.6 MB PDF file in new window).
- Corporation of Delta: Beekeeping Bylaw No. 6804, 2009
To permit beekeeping as an accessory use to single family and duplex dwellings and for educational purposes in Public (P) zones within Delta (opens webpage in new window).
- Corporation of Delta: Pesticide Use Control Bylaw No. 6788, 2009
To reduce the unnecessary application of chemical pesticides on residential and municipally owned land within Delta (opens webpage in new window).
- Pollinator Conservation in Three Simple Steps
The Xerces Society (opens 194 KB PDF file in new window).
- Pollinator-Friendly Parks: How to Enhance Parks, Gardens and Other Greenspaces
The Xerces Society (opens 1.429 MB PDF file in new window).
- RHS Perfect for Pollinators Plant List
Royal Horticultural Society – Sharing the best in Gardening (opens 1.0 MB PDF file in new window)
- Roadsides – A Guide to Creating a Pollinator Patch
Ontario Horticultural Association (opens 990 KB PDF file in new window).
- Selecting Plants for Pollinators
A Guide for Farmers, Land Managers and Gardeners in the Pacific Forest-Mixed Lowland Region
The Pollinator Partnership™ and the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (opens 8.44 MB PDF file in new window).