Spring Gardening Tips for Pollinators and Weed Management

Spring is officially here and farmers and home gardeners are itching to get to work outside. In celebration of warmer, sunny days, we offer some suggestions on how to make your yard pollinator friendly.

The following links will take you to information on our website that can help you create a garden our native birds and pollinators will love!

Plan and Plant the Best Pollinator Habitat Possible

Invite a Pollinator Home

Love Your Lawn Without Pesticides

If you are a resident in urban Clackamas County, consider enrolling in the Backyard Habitat Certification Program.

This is also the time of year when invasive weeds begin to grow and compete with the plants we want in our yards. For best management practices, photos, and great weed information, check out our WeedWise Page

Happy Spring Gardening!

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