Learn more at https://coloradopollinatormonth.com/2017/03/22/blog-post-title-4/
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens is chock full of pollinators, as well as pollinator-friendly information and inspiration.
Here are 4 ways to get involved:
– – – grab a free Pollinator Observation Chart from The Garden Store and tally up the pollinators you find in our Gardens.
– – – Purchase pollinator-attracting plants at Nursery on the Plaza.
– – – Stock up on pollinator-focused gardening books at The Garden Store and educate yourself on how to protect these impactful little miracles of nature and the health of our planet!
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
These hard-working animals help pollinate over 75% of our flowering plants, and nearly 75% of our crops. Often we may not notice the hummingbirds, bats, bees, beetles, butterflies, and flies that carry pollen from one plant to another as they collect nectar. Yet without them, wildlife would have fewer nutritious berries and seeds, and we would miss many fruits, vegetables, and nuts, like blueberries, squash, and almonds . . . not to mention chocolate and coffee…all of which depend on pollinators.
Learn more about pollinators by viewing fun and educational materials on pollinators here
Get Your Students Buzzing About National Pollinator Week at https://www.scarce.org/get-classrooms-buzzing-pollinator-week-2017/
Saint Louis Zoo’s Ninth Annual Pollinator Dinner
June 20, 2017
6 p.m. Exhibits and cash bar
7:15 p.m. Dinner
8:30 p.m. Speaker Jane Breckenridge
The Living World
Join us for a special “Native Foods, Native Peoples and Native Pollinators” dinner focusing on the rich food and cultural history of Native Americans that native pollinators help provide and learn what you can do to conserve pollinators and preserve our food cultures. Before dinner, pick up seeds, enjoy a honey tasting and a honey bee pollinated beverage as you visit exhibitor tables and displays about Native Americans, bees and other pollinators, food and agriculture, and gardening and habitat restoration. After dinner, sip mead and enjoy a presentation by Jane Breckenridge, co-director of Tribal Environmental Action for Monarchs (TEAM), “Restoring the Connections: How Native Culture and Science Are Working Together to Create a New Model for Conservation.” Come join us as we celebrate National Pollinator Week.
$50 for adults (13 and older)
$25 for children (2 to 12 years old)
Proceeds help support the Saint Louis Zoo’s Wildcare Institute Center for Native Pollinator Conservation. For information
To register call (314) 646-4897.
Bee Auburn, a celebration of pollinators and their impact on our health, history, culture, society and economy is coming to Auburn the week of June 19 – 23, 2017. The weeklong event will feature educational walks, lectures and activities around the city to highlight Bee Spots, areas of Auburn that have high instances of pollinator activity. The week will culminate in a festival-styled event in the Gay Street parking lot on Friday, June 23 from 6 – 10 p.m. and feature live music, pollinator – related vendors, a photography exhibition, farmers market and the Pollinator Path. a collaboration of the City of Auburn and the Auburn University College of Agriculture, is leading the way in the state of Alabama.
For a schedule of Bee Auburn events go here
Pollinator Appreciation Day
The University of New Hampshire will kick off National Pollinator Week Day with its Pollinator Appreciation Day Monday, June 19, 2017. The event includes a Pollinator Open House and Twilight Meeting/Research Field Day at the Woodman Horticultural Research Farm, home to the UNH Bee Hotel, extensive wildflower plantings, and a research site for the first assessment of the Granite State’s native bee species.
Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia
Pollinator Conservation citizen science information
Milwaukee’s Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory
June 19-23 Pollinator Week
9:00 am – Noon Daily
Pollinators positively affect all our lives – let’s save them and celebrate with activities, hikes, stories, tips, movies, animals & food samples all morning long!
Celebrate Pollinator Month in Hendersonville!
Pollinator Month, June 2017, is a celebration of the valuable ecosystem services provided by bees, birds, butterflies, bats, beetles, and other species that help pollinate more than 1,200 crops.
Penn State Extension National Pollinator Week Celebration
Come learn more about how you can help our pollinators!
National Pollinator Week Celebration
June 21, 2017, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Where Burnside Plantation, 1461 Schoenersville Road, Bethlehem
Tour the Master Gardeners’ demonstration pollinator garden and learn about the different types of pollinators who visit. We will have information about planning a pollinator garden and choosing the best plants for that garden. Take home a free plant while supplies last! Light refreshments and activities for the kids!
No registration required.
Contact Erin Frederick
Chimney Rock State Park
Monday, June 20 – Sunday, June 26
National Pollinator Week
Time: 2:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Cost: Included with Park admission | Buy Tickets
We all know honeybees are pollinators, but how about bats? And did you know that birds are attracted to pollinate red flowers more than other kinds of colors? Join a Park naturalist to take a walk through our pollinator garden at Grady’s Animal Discovery Den to learn why pollinators are so important to our world and what we can do to protect them.
Burque Bee City & Pollination Celebration
Celebrating pollinators and ABQ’s designation as a Bee City USA.
Jun 18, 2017
09:00 AM – 02:00 PM
Open Space Visitor Center
6500 Coors NW
Albuquerque, NM 87120
POLLINATOR ACTIVITIES AT STAN HYWET HALL & GARDENS
714 NORTH PORTAGE PATH
AKRON OH 44303
July 22 and August 12
Included in a garden and grounds admission: $12 adult, 18+ and $5 youth (6-17). Children 5 & under are free.
Identify and discover the secrets of Ohio’s native butterflies as well as other important pollinators with a naturalist from Summit Metro Parks. We’ll begin in the “Butterflies of North America” butterfly habitat then go on a short walk to search them out in the surrounding gardens including the new pollinator garden. Free with Grounds Admission.
Check for your local activities at your metro park, Botanical Garden, Museum of Natural History, historic gardens, beekeeping association, 4-H, and similar. Want to be listed here click this link