Tag: Pollinator Decline

western bumble bee

New Study Shows 57% Decline In Western Bumble Bee—And Why

  The western bumble bee was once common in western North America, but increasing temperatures, drought, and pesticide use have contributed to a 57% decline...
pollinators

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Launches Center For Pollinator Conservation

  Earlier this month, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service launched the Center for Pollinator Conservation to address the decline of pollinator populations across North...
pests Spotted Lanternfly

Top Areas For Spotted Lanternflies During Summer 2024

TruGreen has announced its annual study identifying the top U.S. areas the invasive spotted lanternfly likes to call home.
Low Input, High Impact Landscapes

Low Input, High Impact Landscapes

Lawn alternatives for water management, eco-benefit, and beauty.

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Desert Foothills Landscape

Desert Decadence In An Arizona Landscape Design

Even in the extreme heat conditions of Southern Arizona, Desert Foothills Landscape designed and installed a stunning, functional landscape while also being water and climate conscious.

A Preview Of Hardscape North America 2024

New speakers, a new Hardscape Construction Roundtable, an expanded estimating session, and more are planned at Hardscape North America 2024.
Hilltip SnowStriker

Hilltip Brings Line Of SnowStriker™ Snowplows To North America

Hilltip's SnowStriker™ snowplows compatible with half-ton pickups, SUVs, UTVs, tractors, and loaders, have come to North America.
Autonomous Snow Plow

Remote-Operated, Autonomous Industrial Snow Plow Hits The Market

Teleo and Storm Equipment have introduced America’s only remote-operated and autonomous industrial snow plow.