Pollination Mapper BETA is an interactive decision tool to help inform grower’s choice of pollination strategies for their farms. It allows you to select your farm, try different approaches to pollination, compare and save the results. You can set up a secure user profile and return to your session in the future to try new strategies.
- Logging in
- Getting started
- Selecting a field or farm in the tool
- Correcting current land cover
- Creating new pollination management scenarios
- Comparing pollination management scenarios
- Saving, accessing, and sharing Pollination Mapper projects
- Additional questions, reporting bugs, and requesting features
- What does Pollination Mapper BETA do?
- How does Pollination Mapper BETA work?
- What crops are included in Pollination Mapper BETA
- Who might want to use Pollination Mapper BETA?
- How pollinator dependent is my crop according to Pollination Mapper BETA?
- Can I save multiple projects?
- My crop doesn’t show up when I draw my farm. What should I do?
- Why can’t I add crop fields or pollinator plantings smaller than 100 x 100 ft in size?
- My crop disappeared! What happened? What should I do?
- Has Pollination Mapper BETA been tested?
- Can I use Pollination Mapper BETA on my mobile device?
- Does Pollination Mapper BETA work with all web browsers?
- Will there be updates to Pollination Mapper BETA?
- I want to find out more about how to support crop pollination, where can I go?
Sign up for notifications
- Fill out this form to get notifications about Pollination Mapper BETA.
Report a problem
- Fill out this form to report the problem you found.
Request a Feature
- Fill out this form to submit your idea.
Email for more info:
- To provide additional feedback on the Pollination Mapper BETA email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pollination Mapper BETA was created by members of the Integrated Crop Pollination Project. The tool’s development was led by Eric Lonsdorf (University of Minnesota), Taylor Ricketts (University of Vermont) and software developers at Azavea. Additional support was provided by Rufus Isaacs (Michigan State University), Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation Staff (Katharina Ullmann, Emily May, and Mace Vaughan), and members of the Integrated Crop Pollination research team and advisory board. We are grateful to the growers, extension staff, Xerces Society staff, and conservation specialists who tested early versions of this tool and provided suggestions on how to improve the tool. This project was funded by USDA-NIFA Specialty Crop Research Initiative Grant (#2012-51181-20105).