by Sandy Garland, sign messages by Renate Sander-Regier

Proclaiming your garden as pollinator habitat will not only send a message to your neighbours, it might also quell their worries about your “messy” front yard, once they know you are gardening for bees and other beneficial insects.

Other organizations provide garden signs. For example, the Canadian Wildlife Federation certifies gardens as “wildlife friendly.” Friends of the Earth provides “Bee & Bee” signs for your front yard. Or you can become a Monarch Waystation.

Our signs are free, although that means, you’ll have to do a bit of work. Click on whichever of the following 4 options appeals to you. Print the PDF version on photographic paper, have it laminated at a local stationery store, and then staple it to a stick or attach it to a fence or other garden enhancement.

Be proud to support our native bees and other valued pollinators!

Feedback welcome!

Are there other messages or images you’d like to see or share? Let us know what you would like to tell the world about your garden and the important conservation work you are contributing to.

2 Responses to “Signs of the times”

  1. Helen Derry says:

    I am hoping to use some of these posters for educational signage at our local hospital (Headwaters Health Care in Orangeville, Ontario) which has many natural gardens. Is that OK with your group?
    Thank you
    Helen Derry

  2. Jules says:

    Hi there, I am desperately fighting the system here trying to get my neighbours to appreciate the flowered greenspace I have been working on. These signs are really helpful, thank you!

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