Featured Highlights

  • Join our Bee Friendly Gardening Program

    Kick off the new year by joining our Bee Friendly Gardening program! The mission of Bee Friendly Gardening is to help you play a bigger role in the health of pollinators and the planet - no lawn, garden, balcony or window box is too small. Learn more and apply HERE.

  • Register for the 2023 Pollinator Steward Certification Program

    The Pollinator Steward Certification program is offered only by Pollinator Partnership, and empowers those interested in pollinator stewardship with the scientific understanding and practical know-how to help these immensely important animals. The 2023 program is set to begin on February 21st. Learn more and register HERE.

  • Grant Opportunities in Pollinator Biology

    Pollinator Partnership offer a variety of grant opportunities to help you achieve your conservation goals! Active grants include the The GCA Board Of Associates Centennial Pollinator Fellowship, the Imperiled Bombus Conservation Project, and the Honey Bee Health Improvement Project. Learn more and apply HERE.

  • Ecoregional Planting Guides

    Our ecoregional planting guides are tailored to specific areas of the United States and Canada. Click HERE to find out which ecoregion you live in and to get your free guide to plant for pollinators!

  • Agricultural Technical Guides

    New agricultural guides available for the Northeast, Southeast, Pacific Northwest, and California regions! These guides were created for farmers and ranchers who want to act to protect and promote pollinators on their land. Download guides by clicking HERE.

AboutPollinators


Birds, bats, bees, butterflies, beetles, and other small mammals that pollinate plants are responsible for bringing us one out of every three bites of food.

They also sustain our ecosystems and produce our natural resources by helping plants reproduce.

Without the actions of pollinators agricultural economies, our food supply, and surrounding landscapes would collapse.

Learn more.