The goal of the Greater Atlanta Pollinator Partnership (GAPP) is to create and restore viable pollinator habitats around Atlanta for butterflies, bees, moths, bats, hummingbirds, and other beneficial insects and animals.
There are lots of different people involved with GAPP. We are gardeners, members of environmental groups, employees of state and federal agencies, horticulturalists, educators and school classes, private and public land owners, park managers, biologists, field ecologists, commercial sellers and growers, botanists, researchers, hobbyists, garden enthusiasts, and you!
Ultimately, this large-scale project will involve tens of thousands of participants across the metro Atlanta region and has the potential to become a national model for community engagement, citizen science, and conservation.
The success of the program depends on your response to our call for action! Learn how to start your pollinator garden here.
Already have a pollinator garden established? Then head over here to register your green space on our “GAPP map” and become part of the GAPP team!
See our partners in the slideshow below.