Pollinator Week Activities

It's not too early to start thinking about your Pollinator Week activities. Pollinators positively affect all our lives, supporting wildlife, healthy watershed and more - let's SAVE and CELEBRATE them!

SAVE THE DATE for the Pollinator Power Party

Pollinator Partnership is very excited to be collaborating with EPRI and co-hosting the virtual Pollinator Power Party 2022 on Monday, June 20 through Friday, June 24. In 2021, the Pollinator Power Party reached more than 2.3 million people, including farmers, students, teachers, master gardeners, conservationists, artists and designers, utility companies, scientific researchers, and more. Now in its third year, the party continues to grow with a bigger line-up of speakers, conservation and education partners, and exciting in-person and virtual opportunities to support our planet’s pollinators. The week-long event will include keynote speakers, a honey tasting session, scientific lectures, a pollinator art contest, and habitat management success stories.

Register for the Pollinator Power Party by clicking on the button below!

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Pollinator Week Map

Add your Pollinator Week activities to the map! Activities can be more traditional events open to the public (plantings, walks, webinars) or private events in your backyard*. Click on the button below to join the celebration and connect virtually with other pollinator enthusiasts!

*Private activities will not be made available for download in the events list.

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Looking for a Pollinator Week activity to attend? Click on one of the countries to find a virtual event to attend, or a local socially distant event near you!

A walk around town recording local pollinator and wildflower observations!

Activity NameBaker Drive Pollinator celebration
Is this a public or private event?Private
DescriptionOur K/1 class will celebrate pollinators all week long with a variety of activities. We will share our knowledge with the rest of the school.
Date06-20-2022
Start Time9:00 AM
Address Map LocatorProvince: British Columbia
Country: Canada
Activity NameFestival "Celebremos los Polinizadores" 2da edición
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionDentro del marco de la semana de los polinizadores te presentamos la segunda edición de nuestro festival: "Celebremos los Polinizadores".

Organizado por Pétalos y Miel, Irago, Bonanza y Krystal en la Ciencia.

Ven a conocer los polinizadores de la región y a aprender a ayudar en su conservación a través de nuestras actividades:


Talleres educativos
De 1:00pm a 6:00pm
¡Aprende de plantas nativas, jardinería, bebederos y más!

Bazar
De 1p.m. a 7p.m.
Artistas, artesanos, cocineros, asociaciones civiles y otros nos compartirán sus proyectos. Aquí podrás conocer la diversidad de productos locales que tenemos en la ciudad.

+charlas y sesiones de dibujo

Evento familiar y pet friendly (mascotas con correa todo el tiempo)
Cubrebocas opcional
Trae tu termo y plato para evitar desechables

Cuota: $30 pesos
Tu cooperación es importante para que podamos seguir con nuestras actividades de educación, ciencia y arte. Gracias por apoyar iniciativas así
Date06-25-2022
Start Time12:00 PM
Address Map LocatorAddress: Jardin Botánico Vecinal Cuatro Milpas, Cuauhtémoc sn, Colinas del Mar, 22760 El Sauzal, B.C., México
Province: Baja California
Country: MÉXICO
More InfoPara más información mandar correo a: petalosymielblog@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/petalosymiel
Instagram: @petalosymieel
Activity NameTaller "casitas de insectos" en el Yumka'
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionJoin the Work Team of the Natural Protected Area of the Yumka' a reserve of mexican rainforest in Tabasco, México. In this date we're going to learn and make some "bug hotels" with the intention to put them in the common green areas of the park, helping the native arthropods and it's conservation.
This activity require a previous registration at carloseduardorvz@gmail.com with the subject "Pollinator week"
Date06-24-2022
Start Time10:30 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 252W+79 Pajonal, Tab., México
Province: Tabasco
Country: MÉXICO
More InfoCICN YUMKA, Ranchería la Barrancas S/N Tabasco Centro, México. CP 86000
Activity NameFestival "De Flor en Flor"
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionEl Festival “de Flor en Flor” es una celebración de uno de los fenómenos ecológicos más fascinantes que existen: la Polinización. A través de charlas, exposiciones fotográficas e interactivas, talleres, recorridos guiados y mucho más, las personas podrán conocer los aspectos más relevantes, las curiosidades y datos sorprendentes sobre la polinización y sus protagonistas.
Del 20 al 26 de junio, celebremos juntos el Festival “de Flor en Flor”, demos vida a nuestros parques y jardines, conozcamos nuestra flora nativa, descubramos qué polinizadores viven en nuestra región, cómo apoyar a su conservación y cuáles son sus principales amenazas, especialmente en el medio urbano.

Nuestro principal objetivo: ¡Establecer al menos un jardín público para polinizadores de Tuxtla Gutiérrez!

Our “De Flor en Flor" Fest is a celebration of one of the most fascinating ecological phenomena that exists: Pollination.

From June 20 to 26: Join us to celebrate our festival. Let's bring our parks and gardens to life, get to know our native flora, discover which pollinators live in our region, how we can support their conservation, and characteristics are their main threats, especially in the urban environment.

Our main objective: To establish at least one public garden for pollinators in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas!
Date06-19-2022
Start Time9:00 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chis., Mexico
Province: Chiapas
Country: MEXICO
More InfoCONTACT
Facebook, Instagram: @el.neotropico
eMail: el.neotropico@gmail.com
WhatsApp: 961 143 9749


Join us on the Kansas State Fairgrounds for our 2nd annual Pollinator Picnic celebrating National Pollinator Week, June 24, 2022, 10 AM - 7 PM. Our Education Center will be abuzz with hands-on activities, including adult and youth Insect Hotel classes, butterfly life-cycles, and pollinator bracelets. The day will also include Pollinator Garden Talks, Bee Keepers and their honey products, The Big Slide, your favorite Fair Food vendors and much more!

Adult Insect Hotel class, 1-4PM, $15.00 fee with frame and fillers provided. Youth Insect Hotel class is free 10AM -5PM will supplies last.

Questions or to register for adult class contact: Jacki Eckert, Education Manager jacki.eckert@ks.gov 620.669.3607. kansasstatefair.com

Bethany School in Cincinnati will be hosting a week long Pollinator Day Camp for children in 1st - 4th grades!

DATE: Jun 20, 2022

Learn about all of the species that benefit from this amazing plant - milkweed! Join us as students in K-5th grade and their parents go pollinator crazy! We'll have a short program pollinators, do a terra cotta pot craft with a plant for participants to take home, and a planting demo at our site!

DATE: Jun 24, 2022

TIME: 4pm

MORE INFO
Free event. Registration is limited. Please visit our website for more information www.cedarrun.org

Activity NameNative Pollinator Garden Tour
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionThe second annual pollinator garden tour is Saturday, June 25th. All are welcome to come tour the 5-6 open gardens. Each garden will have an individual educational component for visitors to enjoy. There will be free native seeds and some plants. There will be a host at each garden to answer any questions.
Date06-25-2022
Start Time10:00 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 481-847 Maple Hill Rd, Guilford, CT 06437, USA
State: Connecticut
Country: USA
More InfoFor more information, go to our website at pollinatorpathwaysguilford.com
Activity NameSouth Lansing Farmers Market Pollinator Festival
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionOur weekly farmers market will be all about Pollinators. Games, information, and prizes will be part of our market on 6/23/22.
Date06-23-2022
Start Time3:00 PM
Address Map LocatorAddress: Lansing Rd, Lansing, MI 48917, USA
State: Michigan
Country: USA
More InfoFree fun for everyone at our Farmers Market. Our website is www.southlansing.org for more information
Activity NamePollinator Day
Is this a public or private event?Private
DescriptionThe Friends of the Frelinghuysen Arboretum are celebrating Pollinator Day with free activities featuring Birds, Bees, Butterflies, and the Plants the love!
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionJune 20-26, 2022 12:00 AM

National Pollinator Week is a time to celebrate pollinators and spread the word about what you can do to protect them.

Fourteen years ago the U.S. Senate, initiated by Pollinator Partnership under Laurie Davies Adams, unanimously approved and designated a week in June as “National Pollinator Week”, marking a necessary step toward addressing the urgent issue of declining pollinator populations. That same year, Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johans issued a proclamation that Dr. Larry Stritch, US FS Chief Botanist for Grasslands, orchestrated. Pollinator Week has now grown into an international celebration of the valuable ecosystem services provided by bees, birds, butterflies, bats and beetles.

Pollinator Week was initiated and is managed by Pollinator Partnership.
Date06-20-2022
Start Time12:00 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: San Francisco, CA, USA
State: San Francisco
Country: UNITED STATES
More InfoLearn more about Pollinator Week at https://www.pollinator.org/pollinator-week.
Family Hive Tour
Is this a public or private event?Private
DescriptionRegister on Stratford Ecological Center web site. Learn about Honeybees, Native Bees and Habitats.
www.stratfordecologicalcenter.org
Address Map LocatorArea: Delaware County
Country: UNITED STATES
Meet the Pollinators
Is this a public or private event?Private
DescriptionRegister on Stratford Ecological Center web site.
Learn about the importance of pollinators and stroll through the woods or prairie to watch for them.
www.stratfordecologicalcenter.org
Address Map LocatorArea: Delaware County
Country: UNITED STATES
Activity NamePollinators in My Garden
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionThe Eugene Public Library has a free seed library where patrons can pick up free flower/veggie seed packets. Lane County Beekeepers donated $100 worth of seeds to the library in June 2021 but Covid prevented us from having a public event. This year we will hold an event to share our knowledge of pollinators with the public.
Date06-23-2022
Start Time2:00 PM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 1314-1340 Brickley Rd, Eugene, OR 97401, USA
State: Oregon
Country: USA
More InfoLane County Beekeepers Association website is lcbaor.org

Phone number is 541-344-4228
Activity NameWonders of Discovery
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionPlease join us for a celebration of National Pollinator Week with the “Wonders of Discovery”
event at the Pollinator Prairie near downtown Olathe, Kansas at 320 S Blake Street on Friday, June 24, 2022, between 9 am and 2 pm.

Wonders of Discovery is a free event for all ages hosted annually by the Johnson County
Extension Master Naturalists. Fun planned activities and exhibits will include a Caterpillar
Petting Zoo, a Birds of Prey Exhibit from Operation Wildlife, What’s the Buzz about Native Bees,
exhibits by the Idalia Butterfly Society, Monarch Watch, Northeastern Kansas Beekeepers, Wild
Birds Unlimited, and much more! We always have games and activities planned for children, so
this is a fun as well as educational event for the whole family.
Date06-24-2022
Start Time9:00 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 320 S Blake St, Olathe, KS 66061, USA
Area: Johnson County
Country: UNITED STATES
More InfoFor more information on the Wonders of Discovery Event or the Pollinator Prairie, you can
check out the Pollinator Prairie page on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/PollinatorPrairie) or call 913-715-7000.
Activity NamePollinator Party with Darien Garden Club and Indian Prairie Public Library
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionJoin us as we host a Pollinator Party in collaboration with Indian Prairie Public Library.

The afternoon will encourage all ages to celebrate local pollinators via educational exhibits related to native bees, butterflies and other less well-known pollinators and includes activities for the youngsters.

Local native bee enthusiast, Adrian Ayres Fisher, will join us and help the crowd understand the importance of native bees for pollination, including your tomato plants. Adrian will encourage gardeners to plant native pollen and nectar source plants for native bees. Adrian will also explain how you can provide important habitat in your garden spaces to encourage nesting and overwintering of these gentle and special pollinators.

Local butterfly enthusiast and Darien Garden Club member, Pat Miller known as the "Queen of the Monarchs" will also join in the pollinator fun. Pat will help you understand the beauty, lifecycle and plight of the honored insect of the State of Illinois, the monarch butterfly. Pat will explain the importance of providing host plants for monarch caterpillars and other native butterflies larvae.

There will be other educational exhibits related to how we can all champion for local pollinators whether they be beautiful bees and butterflies, or ants, bats, beetles, birds, moths, wasps, and other less well-known pollinators.

This event is for all ages and we welcome families to learn together. There will be activities for the children as we strive to encourage the smallest naturalists.

REGISTRATION IS NOT REQUIRED, but registering here will provide reminder emails so that you will not miss this special event.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/307222168777

More information here: https://ippl.libcal.com/event/8880951

Outdoor program. This program is held outdoors. Weather permitting.

In the event of inclement weather, this program will be moved into the library’s meeting room.
Please note the library’s current mask policy at https://ippl.info/covid19
Date06-26-2022
Start Time1:30 PM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 401 Plainfield Rd, Darien, IL 60561, USA
Area: DuPage County
Country: UNITED STATES
More InfoRegister here to get reminder emails so you won't miss this event:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/307222168777

See our website for more information:
https://dariengardenclub.com/join-dgc-and-ippl
Activity NameFirst Annual Pollinator Festival
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionThe NM Museum of Natural History and Science will host a gathering of naturalists, artists, educators, and anyone interested in the natural environment. During this First Annual Pollinator Festival we will celebrate the diversity of pollinators - big and small, bees to bats.
Date06-26-2022
Start Time10:00 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 1801 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, USA
Area: Bernalillo County
Country: UNITED STATES
More InfoFor more information, please contact the NMMNHS Friends of Biosciences Coordinator or the NMMNHS Biosciences Curator.

https://nmnaturalhistory.org/bioscience/bioscience-collections

Jason.Malaney@state.us.nm
Activity NamePollinator Parade
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionA parade to celebrate pollinators, for children and families. Begins at our library branch with costume prep, facepainting, and musical warm-up; then we will parade around the neighborhood and back to the library's pollinator garden.
Date06-24-2022
Start Time12:00 PM
Address Map LocatorArea: 2800 Noble Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44121, USA
Province: Cuyahoga County
Country: UNITED STATES
More Infohttps://heightslibrary.org/
Activity NameNortheast Ohio Pollinator Symposium & Summer Festival
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionDATE: Saturday, June 25th, 2022 TIME: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

LOCATION: Gateway Elementary School Auditorium & Outdoor Learning Center, 229 Gateway Avenue, Conneaut, Ohio 44030

Join us for a day of pollinator education and celebration in beautiful Conneaut, Ohio. The 2022 Northeast Ohio Pollinator Summer Symposium is an all-day pollinator focused event that will feature a variety of speakers, tours, and vendors. The morning sessions will cost $10 to attend and feature two speakers, Michele Colopy, Executive Director and co-founder of LEAD for Pollinators, and Debra Knapke, author, public speaker and garden consultant known as “The Garden Sage”.

The afternoon session will be free to the public and offer many different activities, learning opportunities, networking, and vendors. So far, the afternoon will include Native Plant Vendors, Nature Organizations, Guided Tours, Guided Hikes, Kids Activities, Tree Planting demos, Native Tree Giveaways, Musical performances from The Nurseryman Band & Pickle Milk, and local Food Trucks, with more to come!
The Northeast Ohio Pollinator Symposium is a combined effort of the Ashtabula Soil and Water Conservation District, Ashtabula County Master Gardeners, Ashtabula County Beekeepers Association, and OSU Extension of Ashtabula County.

Learn more at https://u.osu.edu/neops2020/
Date06-25-2022
Start Time8:00 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 1501-1655 Idlewood Ave, Akron, OH 44313, USA
State: Ohio
Country: USA
More InfoLearn more at https://u.osu.edu/neops2020/
Activity NameButterfly Puddler Craft
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionMaking a puddler is an easy project to make your garden more attractive and beneficial to butterflies, as well as other pollinators. All supplies are provided for each person to take home a puddler. Free event!
Date06-23-2022
Start Time3:30 PM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 112 W North Ave, Westminster, SC 29693, USA
Area: Oconee County
Country: UNITED STATES
More InfoFor more information, call 864-364-5760 or visit www.oconeelibrary.org.
Activity NamePromoting Pollinators in Your Yard
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionHave you been hearing a lot about pollinators lately? From monarchs to honey bees, these guys have been getting a lot of attention in the news. Come find out in this online class what all the “buzz” is about. In this class you will learn about the importance of pollinators, theories on why they’re in decline, and how you can promote pollinators in your yard.

Register: https://www.onetruckeeriver.org/riverfriendly-landscapes/promoting-pollinators-in-your-yard

This class is brought to you by One Truckee River with funding from the Truckee River Fund.
Date06-23-2022
Start Time11:00 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 898-800 Robin St, Reno, NV 89509, USA
State: Nevada
Country: USA
More InfoThis is an online Zoom class and registration is required.
https://www.onetruckeeriver.org/riverfriendly-landscapes/promoting-pollinators-in-your-yard
Activity NameBumblebee Jamboree
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionThe annual Bumblebee Jamboree hosted by Chesterfield Master Gardeners provides an opportunity for children to better understand the role pollinators play and what each of us can do in our own backyard to protect natural resources. Families are invited to participate at this free event that encourages everyone to learn about butterflies, bees, beetles, and bats. Children may enjoy pollinator-related crafts, games, snacks, and other activities. This year will be the 10-year anniversary of Bumblebee Jamboree, come out to celebrate with us.
Date06-18-2022
Start Time10:30 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 1000 Spottswood Rd, Richmond, VA 23220, USA
State: Virginia
Country: UNITED STATES
More Infohttps://linktr.ee/BBJ2022
Activity NamePollinator Walk Planting
Is this a public or private event?Private
DescriptionThis is an effort to welcome pollinators into our gardens as we educate and empower youth to grow their own food within the city of Nashville.
Date06-20-2022
Start Time7:00 AM
Address Map LocatorProvince: Tennessee
Country: USA
Activity NameMeet the Pollinators
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionMeet the Pollinators
The 3rd Saturday of the month March –September
1pm – 3pm, $10 per person, 15 people per session
Come join us at Stratford Ecological Center for a fun two hours of learning about pollinators and their habitats. We will do a leisurely stroll around the farm and learn about native bees, butterflies and other insects that help with pollination. Each of these pollinators play a vital role in the food chain that we humans are a part of. Each month the farm changes and new wonders will be found, so plan on joining us every month for new bees and topics. This is open for families or individuals. Parents must attend with their children.

Register at www.stratfordecologicalcenter.org
Date06-18-2022
Start Time1:00 PM
Address Map LocatorAddress: US-42, Delaware, OH 43015, USA
State: Ohio
Country: USA
More InfoRegistration in advance required stratfordecologicalcenter.org
Activity NameWinged Wonders Walk
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionThe skies are filled with animals in flight in our warm summer months. Which winged wonders will we witness each week? Will nature surprise us with something new? Join us and discover your favorite of nature’s wonders.
PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED; please call 219-844-3188.
Date06-22-2022
Start Time9:30 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: Gibson Woods Nature Preserve, 6201 Parrish Ave, Hammond, IN 46323, USA
Area: Lake County
Country: UNITED STATES
More InfoPRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED; please call 219-844-3188.
Activity NameDrawing Bumblebees into your Yard and On Paper
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionJoin Stephey Baker, a local creative, and avid urban gardener for bumblebees, during Pollinator Week as she guides you step-by-step to creating a small bumblebee drawing. You don’t need to be an artist in order to participate. Nor do you have to admit to being scared of bees either—paper bees rarely bother anyone. As a reformed scaredy-cat of all things “buzzing” in the garden, Stephey readily vouches for this! However, you must admit to being a lover of flowers and plants and excited to experience the beauty of the natural world—especially this hard working super pollinator! Learn how to identify the Bumblebees in your backyard, why bumblebees are 2-4 times more effective pollinators per bee than honeybees or solitary bees, what to plant for pollinators regardless of the size of your yard (or lack of it), and why bumblebees are an annual insect. Whether you tend to a nature journal, or keep a garden dairy, learning more about bumblebees provides valuable insight into keeping our ecosystems healthy. Come celebrate National Pollinator Week, get creative, and be informed by all the buzz in a relaxed and inspired environment. All materials provided.
Date06-22-2023
Start Time10:30 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 701-799 N 27th St, Richmond, VA 23223, USA
State: Virginia
Country: USA
More InfoJoin here: https://www.lewisginter.org/event/drawing-bumblebees/
Activity NameWildflower Seed Giveaway
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionThe City of West Palm Beach Office of Sustainability is celebrating National Pollinator Week (June 20-26) by mailing free native wildflower seed packets to City of West Palm Beach residents and businesses! Growing native plants adds beauty and important habitats for wildlife, especially for pollinators. Even a small backyard garden can make a big difference. Plant the seeds in your yard and watch pollinators come right to your doorstep. Visit https://www.wpb.org/government/sustainability/get-involved/celebrate-pollinator-week for more info!
Date06-20-2022
Start Time8:00 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 401 Clematis St, West Palm Beach, FL 33401, USA
Area: Palm Beach County
Country: UNITED STATES
More InfoQuestions? Contact EChristian@wpb.org or call 561-804-4994

https://www.wpb.org/government/sustainability/get-involved/celebrate-pollinator-week
Activity NameJr Master Garden Program
Is this a public or private event?Private
DescriptionThe Pasco County Master Gardener Volunteers are planning a Junior Master Garden program during June and July for county 8-12 year old youth. They will learn about gardening and the environment. During Pollinator Week we will be including pollinators into our program and share the Pollinator Partnership with the youth.
Date06-21-2022
Start Time10:30 AM
Address Map LocatorState: Florida
Country: USA
Activity NameWild Ones River City 15th Anniversary Celebration and Expo
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionWild Ones River City Chapter is Celebrating 15 years of education and advocation for native plant landscapes. Theme of the event is "Healing Our Earth: Small steps make a big impact". The free event will feature Dr. Douglas Tallamy, Professor of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware. Dr Tallamy will present "Nature's Best Hope: A New Approach to Conservation That Starts in Your Yard.” The event will also include an Expo with community conservation partners. Registration required. Visit rivercitywildones.org for more information.
Date06-20-2022
Start Time5:00 PM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 1703 Robinson Rd SE, East Grand Rapids, MI 49506, USA
Area: Kent County
Country: UNITED STATES
More InfoJune 20, 2022 • 5–8:30 pm

Expo 5–7 pm • Program 7–8:30 pm,

1703 Robinson Road SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506


Registration starts May 1 at: https://worc-15th-anniversary.eventbrite.com
Activity NamePollineighbor Celebration
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionMSU Tollgate Farm and SEMBA (Southeastern Michigan Beekeepers Association) bring you an educational event celebrating our pollinator neighbors!

Featuring the MSU Bughouse, SEMBA observation hive, Beekeeping 101, pollinator gardens with Wildtype Design, kids crafts, Storytime with our local librarians, Friends of the Rouge, Michigan Botanical Club, Detroit Hives, Oakland County Conservation District, Tollgate Garden tours, and more!
Date06-18-2022
Start Time11:00 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 28115 Meadowbrook Rd, Novi, MI 48377, USA
Area: Oakland County
Country: UNITED STATES
More InfoVisit our website and social media to learn more: https://www.canr.msu.edu/events/pollineighbor-celebration
@MSUTollgateFarm on IG and MSU Tollgate Farm and Education Center on FB.
For more information, contact Katie Gallagher, galla301@msu.edu
Activity NamePollinator Day at Mt. Ellis
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionCome learn about pollinators and pollination research! On Wednesday June 22, 1-4pm at Mt. Ellis Trailhead. Through guided outdoor stations, Montana State University researchers will describe local pollinator research, challenges facing native pollinators, and how you can help pollinators. Learn about floral scent and pollinator habitat.
Date06-22-2022
Start Time1:00 PM
Address Map LocatorAddress: 2070 Mt Ellis Ln, Bozeman, MT 59715, USA
Area: Gallatin County
Country: UNITED STATES
More InfoTrailhead is located at the end of Mt. Ellis Lane, Bozeman. Parking is available at the trailhead.

June 20-26, 2022 12:00 AM

National Pollinator Week is a time to celebrate pollinators and spread the word about what you can do to protect them.

Fourteen years ago the U.S. Senate, initiated by Pollinator Partnership under Laurie Davies Adams, unanimously approved and designated a week in June as “National Pollinator Week”, marking a necessary step toward addressing the urgent issue of declining pollinator populations. That same year, Secretary of Agriculture Mike Johans issued a proclamation that Dr. Larry Stritch, US FS Chief Botanist for Grasslands, orchestrated. Pollinator Week has now grown into an international celebration of the valuable ecosystem services provided by bees, birds, butterflies, bats and beetles.

Pollinator Week was initiated and is managed by Pollinator Partnership.

Activity NameRotary Spring Event 2022
Is this a public or private event?Public
DescriptionRC Kyrenia Cosmopolitan organizes a Pollinator Weekend on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 April 2022 namely the Rotary Spring Weekend. During that weekend, the first School Pollination Garden in Bellapais (with Insect hotel) will be completed. Also, the new planting in the Pollination Garden (laid out in April 2021) by the members of rc Kyrenia Cosmopolitan will take place. Extra will be planted by the members in their own forest in the Milli Park in Alsancak this weekend. In restaurant The Heaven (Milli Park) all kinds of snacks, drinks and cakes (prepared according to the Pollination Cookbook) are sold during these days.
Date04-16-2022
Start Time12:00 AM
Address Map LocatorAddress: Lale Sokak, Beylerbeyi 99320
Province: Girne
Country: Cyprus
More Infoanja@ag46.nl