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We are

Gardeners • Environmental Groups • Non-profits • State and Federal Agencies • Horticulturalists • Educators • School Groups • Park Managers • Biologists and Researchers • Hobbyists • Pollinator Enthusiasts



To create and restore viable pollinator habitats around Atlanta for butterflies, bees, moths, bats, hummingbirds, and other beneficial animals by educating audiences about pollinator decline and promoting the use of pollinator gardens as a solution.


GAPP was initiated in 2009 in response to the rapid and significant changes in our landscape caused by the Atlanta housing boom of the 1990s and early 2000s. It was initially started as the Greater Atlanta Pollinator Partnership. In 2020, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources joined the GAPP partnership, and we expanded to what is now the Georgia Pollinator Partnership.


1.  Educate and inform about pollinator conservation.

2. Involve residential neighborhoods, schools, colleges and universities, local businesses, nature centers, houses of worship, and parks to help support pollinator conservation research & habitat restoration. 

3. Develop clear guidelines for pollinator-friendly habitat design and installation, and also restore both abandoned or endangered sites. 

4. Foster a pollinator conservation network across Georgia via an interactive pollinator garden map.