Township of Tiny

Since 2017, the Township of Tiny has championed beneficial actions for pollinators and the community is proud to be recognized as Canada’s next Bee Friendly City. The Township, along with community volunteers, has a long list of accomplishments to support pollinators including: over 2000m2 of restored native wildflower meadows at public parks, over 1600m2 of garden enhancements using native species for pollinators, a new community garden enclosed in wildflowers for pollinators, and an ongoing Community Engagement Program with a variety of volunteer positions for the community to get involved in programs and projects that benefit pollinators.

In 2022, the Township maintained its various pollinator gardens. Fruit trees were planted near the community garden to encourage pollinator habitat. The Township’s Official Bee City Designation was recognized at its annual community barbecue held in July. The Volunteer Appreciation Event held in late October was themed based on Tiny’s Bee City Designation.

Learn more about how the Township of Tiny is protecting pollinators