Video report by ITV News Meridian's Charlotte Briere-Edney
Home grown apples and strawberries could be "extinct" by 2046 due to a dwindling population of pollinators.
Bees, butterflies and bugs all play a key role in the food chain and they desperately need more flower patches across the country.
Around a third of the food we eat everyday relies on these pollinators, but due to a lack of "pit stops" they're struggling to refuel as they travel the UK.
Paula Gardner, Bee Keeper
People are being asked to give a corner of their back gardens, balconies, hanging baskets or any suitable location to help these insects recover.
Farmers in our region have teamed up with Buglife to launch a national call to the public, saying if enough people get involved this decline can be reversed.
How can I support pollinators in my garden?
Well, the Royal Horticultural Society has given these top tips:
Fill gardens with plants which are best suited for pollinators
Allow lawn ‘weeds’ to flower by cutting less often
Provide water for pollinators
Avoid using pesticides wherever possible and never spray open flowers
Provide nest sites for wild bees
You can find out more on how to help bees thrive here.