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Pollinator Landscaping & Land Management

Modernizing Landscaping by Replicating    Natural Systems

By replicating the natural systems of the environment, we can better help our local pollinators! This is what we aim to accomplish with pollinator landscaping and land management. Most current environments and landscapes are NOT suitable for our pollinators.  Loss of habitat, chemicals, and cultural practices are diminishing our pollinators.  But you CAN help, by using pollinator landscaping and land management, you can help the populations of pollinators. 

Beeworks LLC is a Certified Organic Land Care Company


Pollinator Landscaping & Land Management

Your property can be improved for local pollinators including honey bees and butterflies with our Pollinator Landscaping & Land Management (PLM) services. By adding flowers and forage on your landscape for more of the growing year you are helping our pollinators thrive!

The vast majority of landscapes do not have adequate forage our habitat for our pollinators. That is easily changed with Pollinator Landscaping & Land Management!

Specializing in Pollinator Lawns and Meadows

Modernizing and revolutionizing the American lawn!

Lawns and yards are an excellent opportunity to give our pollinators the forage and habitat that they need to thrive.  By improving the habitat that is already available, eliminating the use of chemicals that are toxic to pollinators and insects, and managing the improved habitat, we are giving our pollinators the help they need.

Also, with modern landscaping, not only are we looking to development and maintain healthy plants, but we need to consider wildlife needs.  Plants are the foundation for a natural and healthy ecosystem, and landscapes are a big part of that.  Our landscapes can greatly help and maintain wildlife populations. 


Pollinator Landscaping & Land Management Areas

  • Yards/ Lawns

  • Solar Farms

  • Meadows

  • Micro-Meadows

  • Residential and Commercial Landscapes

  • Field and Agricultural Borders

  • Riparian Buffers

  • Road Side Plantings

  • Public Places

  • Community Gardens

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