Bee Conservation

Small choices in the garden have a big impact on the health of pollinators and our planet. At Earth’s Ally, we’re committed to developing Bee Safe formulas and proudly donate 5% of profits to pollinator conservation.

A Buzz Worthy Partnership

Pollinator Partnership is the world’s largest non-profit organization dedicated exclusively to protecting the health of pollinators, critical to food and ecosystems, through conservation, education and research.

Pollinators such as bees, birds and bats play a vital role in food supply, with 3/4 of the world’s flowering plants and approximately 35% of the world’s food crops dependent on pollinators to reproduce. A steady decline in the health of pollinator populations has been attributed to climate change, loss of habitat, pests and pathogens, and the misuse of chemical pesticides that are toxic to bees.

Action begins with education. We’re proud to formulate Bee Safe products and amplify the Pollinator Partnership’s educational message in the classroom and in the garden.

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In The Classroom

If you’re a teacher in grades 3-6 working with students in a school garden, apply for a Bee Smart School Garden Kit sponsored by Earth’s Ally.
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In Your Garden

Download easy-to-follow regional guidelines for creating home pollinator gardens that provide diverse and herbaceous floral displays.


Giving back 5% of our profits to support pollinator conservation, protection and education.

Pollinator Friendly Ideas for Your Garden

Have more questions about our Bee Safe formulas?

Earth’s Ally conducts bee toxicity testing on all formulas. Testing is conducted by an independent laboratory and designed according to EPA standards.
“You can have a positive impact on pollinators right from your backyard. Creating a habitat for bees to forage and making environmentally responsible choices to protect them is vital to improving the health of pollinators. Choosing pesticides that are non-toxic to bees is one simple choice with a big impact.”

Kelly Bills
Executive Director,
Pollinator Partnership