There's an excellent new initiative, from a consortium of groups, from non-profits to garden groups, in association with the recent federal initiative around promoting pollinator plantings.
It's called the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge.
It's a good thing.
I "registered" my small landscape yesterday, which includes a pocket meadow and an informal perennial bed full of natives below the house (not to mention all of the native plants planted elsewhere).
It doesn't take much to transform a "traditional" perennial bed into a pollinator-friendly one. But I'm feeling that we definitely need to encourage folks to do that, as well as transform lawns into life-supporting plantings.
I'm getting weary of seeing nothing but plants that just sit there, and don't "work for a living" in residential and commercial landscapes.