It is that time of the year to grab your magnifying glasses, nets, little vials and be ready to explore… Read more Bioblitz at Jimmy Carter Historic Site!
There are approximately 5,000 native bees in North America, 70% lead a solitary life this means they do not build colonies like… Read more Building a Bee Box
The Atlanta Botanical Garden (ABG) and Park Pride (PP), through the Home Depot Foundation (HDF) grant program Building Community Network… Read more Pollinator Garden Design Workshop
In January of 2013, the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation and two bee scientist Dr. Robin Thorp and Elaine Evans… Read more Rusty Patched Bumble Bee Protected
On September 30th,2016, the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service published a declaration that several animal and plant species are now… Read more Hawaiian bee species now protected
Pollinator gardens are an important addition to urban landscapes as they provide a green-way corridor that connects pollinators to their… Read more Measuring pollinator diversity at urban parks.
The buzz surrounding our declining pollinators keeps getting louder and louder. The recently developed UGA Public Service and Outreach program,… Read more You have to Connect to Protect!
Standing in the shadow of Mercedez Benz Stadium in Atlanta is the newly renovated Vine City Park. A greenspace project for… Read more Urban pollinator parks – Vine City Park.
Lindsay Street Park has had quite a transformation. This is the first park in English Avenue, a historic Atlanta neighborhood which… Read more Pollination with a purpose. Lindsay Street Park
The Atlanta Botanical Garden hosts Science Cafe, a series of informal science based talks that encourage the public to engage… Read more ABG Talk focuses on understanding pollen