National Pollinator Week is a time to celebrate pollinators and spread the word about what you can do to protect them. Pollinator Week will take place on June 17 - 23 this year!
Our ecoregional planting guides, Selecting Plants for Pollinators, are tailored to specific areas of Canada. Whether you are a farmer of many acres, land manager of a large tract of land, or a gardener with a small lot, you can increase the number of pollinators in your area by making conscience choices to include plants that provide essential habitat for pollinators.
Help inspire students to learn about the incredible world of pollinators, and provide schools with the resources they need to build beautiful pollinator gardens.
Bee Friendly Farming is an online, self-certification program created by Kathy Kellison and other experts (Sam Droege, Mace Vaughn, Dennis vanEnglesdorp, Marla Spivak, Randy Oliver, Robbin Thorp, Karen Strickler, Gerry Miller, Jeff Anderson, Phil Giles, and Gene Brandi).
Contribute to meaningful pollinator research, explore observations made by the citizen science community, and become a pollinator ID expert with Insight Citizen Science, now available for free download.
The Island Pollinator Initiative is a program of Pollinator Partnership Canada - a coalition of groups working to protect pollinators on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands (British Columbia, Canada).
NAPPC is a growing, collaborative body of more than 120 diverse partners. Respected scientists, researchers, conservationists, government officials and dedicated volunteers are succeeding with major programs to protect pollinators, to raise pollinator-related issues, and to benefit the health of all species – particularly those most threatened.