Pollinator species are disappearing at alarming rates. The majority of pollinator species are insects including bees, wasps, ants, beetles, butterflies and moths. Plant pollination by insects is one of the most well-known and important ecosystem services and is essential in both natural and agricultural landscapes. The reasons for the declines are numerous but one of the main contributors is the loss of habitat and forage. Roadway corridors can provide important resources for pollinators to complete their lifecycle. There are several cost savings including reduced mowing, watering, and herbicide applications by using selective and timed herbicide treatments. Other benefits include utilizing native species to promote a healthy ecosystem and pollinator habitat, increasing ITD's experience with Idaho native pollinator species, increasing water resource conservation, and increasing public awareness for Idaho native plants and pollinators.