The Pollinator Victory Garden By Kim Eierman
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During World War I and World War II, a movement to protect food supplies was created and millions of people planted what were called Victory Gardens across the United States, Canada, England, and Australia. In the United States alone, during the Second World War, over 20 million Victory Gardens were planted to provide reliable food sources and boost civilian morale. It is the same inspiration of the Victory Garden movement that author Kim Eirman urges us to find now when a new kind of threat endangers our environment and jeopardizes food supplies everywhere. Because of the steep decline of pollinators, we must now “dig to victory” and provide beneficial habitat wherever we can. So find a space in your yard, garden, rooftop, porch, patio, or corporate landscape and plant a Pollinator Victory Garden!
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