The Greater Atlanta Pollinator Partnership is a Forest Service collaboration building strong partnerships since 2009 with the National Wildlife Federation, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Georgia State University and many others like-minded Organizations and individuals to design a program that educates on pollinator habitats in the region.

Through Citizen Science initiatives and project involvement, educational events, pollinator garden establishment in schools, community gardens, City Parks, private own land, GAPP provides the tools and information required to developed suitable pollinator habitat in the metro Atlanta area and beyond.

Our goal is to create and restore viable pollinator habitats around Atlanta for butterflies, bees, moths, bats, hummingbirds, and other beneficial insects and animals.