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Pollen-nation



Happy Friday! The sun is shining and it’s supposed to get up to 46 degrees today here. It couldn’t come any sooner!


My “Small Measures with Ashley” post is up on Design Sponge. Today’s topic covers habitats for wild pollinators. Absolutely crucial to food crop pollination, wild pollinators need all the love we can give them. The three habitats shown above were expertly crafted by my creative, and attention-to-detail-loving, spouse. We’ll position them in varying locations around the property, inviting bachelor and bachelorette pollinators to hang out a shingle and call the place home.

*Be sure to check back later today for a sneak peek at my “Keeping Chickens” book!

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