Support Bee Habitats
Maintaining a sustainable landscape is one of the most important things you can do for today’s environment. Many native plants have far-reaching root systems that allow them to hold soil, slow runoff, and encourage new growth. What’s more, native plants offer sustenance for local wildlife, including pollinators and native birds. Discover more ways to promote landscape sustainability with native plants. Use Audubon’s handy database to discover native plants in your area and which types of birds they’ll attract. Just enter your postal code, and it’s as easy as that.
Host or Attend a Workshop
Pollinate Canada runs workshops regularly to inform, involve and inspire people to bee friendly. Please check our calendar to see if one fits your schedule. If you’d like us to run a custom workshop for your neighbourhood, your garden club, school, office or just an enthusiast group, please connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sun, Jun 26, 2022 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Toronto Botanical Gardens – FAMILY PROGRAM: Let’s Build a Bee House
Condos, Corporate Gardens and Offices
Is your green space Bee Friendly? Let us help you build a healthier ecosystem, contribute to pollination, an improved food system, and an increase in yield of flowers (and vegetables, herbs, fruits if you have any, by a factor of 3X). Involve your residents, teams or staff with a purpose driven opportunity to engage with nature. And discover the potential to acquire LEED* and BOMA** credits
For a bee-spoke ‘Condo/Corporate Garden and Workshop Proposal’ please contact email@example.com
Give Bees a Home
Bee the change you want to see. By putting up a pollinator bee home, you can protect natures little helpers and rejuvenate your backyard. The Pollinate Canada Bee Home Kit comes with a set of hibernating cocoons (Mason bees/Leaf Cutter Bees), nesting tubes, clay and easy set up instructions.