Pollination with a purpose. Lindsay Street Park

Lindsay Street Park has had quite a transformation. This is the first park in English Avenue, a historic Atlanta neighborhood which is currently undergoing a large number of innovative community projects to revitalize the area. The renovation of the park was led by the Conservation Fund, with help from partners Trees Atlanta, Park Pride,  Atlanta Botanical Gardens, members of … More Pollination with a purpose. Lindsay Street Park

Pollinator Garden Grant. Deadline October 15th.

The Lorrie Otto Seeds for Education Grant Program, is offering funding for schools, nature centers, and other non-profit agencies. Projects should focus on the “enhancement and development of an appreciation for nature using native plants” Funding deadline for this project is October 15th, so check out there application here and see if your pollinator garden … More Pollinator Garden Grant. Deadline October 15th.

More Than Just Honeybees!

When people think of pollinators, they generally think of bees, and when people think of bees they typically think of honeybees! This is because they are the most well-known and most studied species of bee. However in the Unites States alone there are over 5000 species of native bees that help pollinate crops and wildflowers. … More More Than Just Honeybees!