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Utah Pollinator Habitat Program

Utah Department of Agriculture and Food

Closed April 16, 2024

Program Purpose

  • Increase the amount of available pollinator habitat throughout Utah

  • Enhance and expand existing landscapes to improve resources (pollen and nectar) available for pollinators

  • Provide better connectivity between habitats to better support beneficial species

  • Increase access and availability of native seed resources across the state

  • Increase public awareness and involvement to improve pollinator habitat state-wide

General Information

  • Habitat improvement priority areas will include watersheds and habitat corridors that provide connectivity

  • Irrigation for plant establishment will be a requirement for project sponsorship

  • Plants and seeds will be pre-selected and supplied as ready-to-plant habitat kits based on applicant's area and need


  • Projects must be in Utah to qualify

  • All categories of applicants will be considered (individuals, non-profits, government agencies, academic institutes, commercial entities, Native American tribes, wildlife preserves, land trusts, etc.)

  • Minimum space requirement of 900 square feet needed for consideration 

  • Applicants must agree to a 3-year follow-up period


Qualified applicants will be awarded up to 25% costs share through plant and seed contributions for selected projects. There will be no cash awards at this time.

Application Instructions

All applicants must submit through the online application form. Other forms of applying will not be accepted. 



April 16, 2024

Financial Instrument


Updated March 27, 2024

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