Come and join the GAPP team and other partners on Saturday June 18th from 9:00am to 1:00pm for a fun day of hands-on Monarch butterfly and pollinator activities at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum. Sponsored by the Rosalyn Carter Butterfly Trail, The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, and the U.S Fish and … More Discovery day at the Jimmy Carter Library
The Greater Atlanta Pollinator Partnership (GAPP) was formed to directly address the issue of pollinator decline. Through promotion and development of pollinator friendly green spaces, GAPP provides a practical solution which directly impacts pollinator populations within Atlanta. Watch this neat video by the UK Department for Environmental Food & Rural affairs readily available, that utilizes hand … More Why do bees matter?
As the decline of pollinator populations continue, the risk for these insects and animals is becoming more and more apparent. With this information becoming newsworthy, Environmental Education in Georgia has revealed that the Fernbank Science Center is now accepting milkweed seeds from those able to collect the seed pods from surrounding areas. If citizens are … More Native Georgia Milkweed Seeds