Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Sarah Strommen today unveiled the design of Minnesota’s newest critical habitat license plate, featuring native pollinators including a bee and butterflies.:

“We’re very excited about this new pollinator critical habitat license plate. It’s the first new critical habitat license plate since 2015, and it’s a very lovely plate that helps our pollinators which is really important to Minnesota.”

Strommen says there is no need to wait for current license plate tabs to expire, as the license fee is prorated when a critical habitat license plate is purchased.