05 February, 2018

Identification of plant species for pollinator restoration in the Northern Prairies

by Diana Bizecki Robson, Cary Hamel and Rebekah Neufeld

A Canadian fescue prairie in August
Fescue prairie is a unique North American grassland community that is rare due to human development and the spread of exotic species.  Conservationists in Canada are interested in restoring this prairie.

We conducted research in three Canadian fescue prairie preserves to identify which plant species were generalists and which were specialists. 

Read the whole summary in: English!
Read the scientific publication in JPE.

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