Pollinator ResourcesEducation is the key for spreading the word about what we can all do for pollinators. Check out some of these wonderful educational resources for lifetime learners of all ages.
Our Buzz Webinar series focuses on educational talks with local pollinator protectors and experts in their field to learn about innovative ways people are helping pollinators in their communities.
Did you know there are thousands of pollinators in Canada? This includes butterflies, moths, beetles, flies, hummingbirds and over 800 native bees!
Learn about the native plants that are important to pollinators in the region where you live.
A directory of native plant nurseries across Canada to help you find native plants, flowers, trees, shrubs and seeds for sale in your area.
One of the main threats facing pollinators in Canada is loss of toxic-free biodiverse habitat. These are safe places where pollinators eat, sleep, play and build their nests.
Regenerative agriculture is based on various agricultural and ecological practices, with an emphasis on soil health and surrounding ecosystems.
Learn about pollinators and their habitat and have fun with these activities and crafts for kids of all ages!