Native pollinators are threatened by a number of factors, including pesticide use, disease transfer from non-native honey bees and climate change, but the primary factor is habitat loss, according to NALT. 
Conservationists have asked the Town of Qualicum Beach to help get the word out about ‘No Mow May,’ an initiative intended to support the region’s declining bee population.
Projects can include providing education, planting bee-specific forage and new technology and innovations to protect bees health, according to the province.

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