The City worked in collaboration with the Conway School of Ecological Design to create a pollinator action plan. This document helps identify community partners, provides methods for continued public engagement and resident involvement shares pollinator policies for consideration, and recommends locations for pollinator demonstration gardens for public education and community enjoyment. Management strategies are discussed for residential properties for renters and homeowners, in addition to management strategies for public property. These strategies include protecting valuable pollinator habitat on unprotected land and improving habitat in lawns, roadsides, agricultural lands, and new development. This document provides case studies from around the country of other community initiatives to support pollinators.