Pollinator Partnership

Pollinator Partnership

Invite pollinators to your neighborhood by planting a pollinator friendly habitat in your garden, farm, school, park or just about anywhere!

How to get involved

Time: 2-6 hours per week. This will be more time intensive at the start; finding your habitat space, researching which pollinators are present and setting up your habitat, after that it will just be about maintaining your habitat.

Taking action to provide a pollinator friendly habitat in your community helps support healthy and sustainable agricultural economies, food supplies and landscapes. Plus, it's lots of fun!

5 Steps
Who?
Heather Schlichting joined The KSBees a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Lisa Ristuccia joined The KSBees a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Michael Metz joined The KSBees a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Kate Gibson joined The KSBees a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Erika Street joined Dunning Community Gardens a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Allison Warzecha joined Norwood Park Pollinators a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Jessica Cipicchio joined Norwood Park Pollinators a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Nicholas Cipicchio joined Norwood Park Pollinators a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Dorian Torres Casillas joined Phoenix College Pollinator Garden a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Jessica Cipicchio joined Pollination Power Project a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Amy Dale joined Evanston Pollinator Gardens a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Louise Johnson joined Dunning Community Gardens a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Linden Collens joined Trans Planted a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
Mar Curran joined Trans Planted a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
nancy stahl joined Flying Flowers Butterfly Garden a Pollinator Partnership group about 3 years ago
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