By Dave Coulter
I recognize that it may only be crazy people like me that think about gardens when it is twenty degrees out and the soil has turned to granite. But winter is the ideal time to do your garden planning for the upcoming spring. This article commending the Xerces Society's 40 years of work got me thinking (again) about the plight of native pollinators. Don't let a Midwestern January get you down. Why not curl up with a new garden book from the library or the bookstore for some information? Or take advantage of the many online resources. Winter or not, it's never too early to bee somebody!
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