Burnley Council's wildlife experts are encouraging Burnley and Padiham people to recreate Towneley Park's bee-friendly garden at home.
A trio of environmental champions are offering top tips for picking plants which will provide food and shelter to endangered bees for every season.
Pat Smith and Sean Kerr, the council's parks development officer, have joined forces in the fight to save bees, which pollinate 90% of our food and help to generate approximately £400m for the economy.
Pat, an Offshoots officer, said: "If we lost all our bees, our lives would look fragile and the future would be a scary place.
"We've already lost some species, so the fight to save the rest is urgent. It's up to every one of us to help protect them."
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