Wild pollinators face numerous stressors such as the exposure to parasites, pesticides, and loss of floral abundance and diversity due to modern land-use practices. In addition, habitat destruction limits nesting sites for wild pollinators. Unfortunately, these stressors may interact synergistically to produce more detrimental effects on pollinator health. Focused on creating natural habitats for bees and other pollinating insects, Operation Pollinator offers a practical and meaningful way to increase and improve biodiversity on the farm. The program provides participants the opportunity to re-focus lower-productivity lands toward the establishment of habitat for bees and other pollinating insects. Implementing Operation Pollinator on farms also helps improve our understanding of how land management models focused on the creation of pollinator-friendly habitats can impact biodiversity.