Plant pollinator-friendly plants
Use pollinator-friendly plants – in your garden, on your patio and even in window boxes. Different colors, shapes and scents are best! Reduce or eliminate pesticides on your pollinator-friendly plants.
Check King County’s Native Plant site to see what species you can add to your garden, and check out their pollinator recommendations.
Take Earth Day Network’s
Pesticide Pledge to learn about additional actions you can take to help protect pollinators.
Reduce your use of single-use plastics
Refuse single-use plastics that you don’t need (e.g. straws, produce bags, coffee cup lids, dry cleaning bags, etc.) – and let businesses know that you’d like them to offer alternatives.
Take the Earth Day Network’s Pledge to End Plastic Pollution and learn more about how you can help end plastic pollution.
Fast facts about plastic pollution
7 Ways to Reduce Ocean Plastic Pollution Today
How to realistically reduce plastic pollution in everyday life
Tips to Use Less Plastic