Fall 2020 Speaker Series (Live webinars): Climate Change and Pollinators - What's Happening and What Should We Do About It?
Join Pollination Guelph for a series of presentations around the theme of climate change and pollinators. There is no charge but you must pre-register in advance to obtain the Zoom login information. Visit our Events page for more information and to register.
If you miss the live presentations, you can check them out later on our
Pollination Guelph's 2020 Community Grants
recipients have been announced!
This spring, nine community organizations within Guelph and Wellington County were chosen to receive grants to expand pollinator habitat and raise public awareness about pollinators. For more information on the recipients of our PG Community Grants, download our Press Release. Stay tuned for information about our 2021 program.
Various around the province, usually near Guelph, Ontario
Join Pollination Guelph and several other groups at events across the province, from Bug Days to Naturalist Group presentations. These events will usually be posted on our Facebook page, sometimes on Twitter, and more rarely, on Instagram.
If you see us, come say Hi.
Purchase your Pollinator Books and Signs Online
Are you the proud owner of pollinator habitat? Order a Pollinator Habitat Sign for your garden today through our online contact form.
We also offer two Pollinator books by Heather Holm. These books are excellent resources for beginner and seasoned pollinator enthusiasts alike!
Check out our 'How-to' Videos and Presentations
Over the coming months, we will be updating our YouTube channel with a number of videos and presentations related to our work on pollinators and plants. Some of our most recent videos include:
Victoria MacPhail walks us through the first steps to prepare a new pollinator garden using the lasagna method in this 5 minute video.
Building on the last video, Victoria gives us some helpful pointers on how to plant a pollinator garden in this 5 minute video.
In this 15 minute presentation that would have been presented at our annual symposium in March, Victoria gives us an update on what PG has been up to in the past year, and what we have planned for 2020. You can also download the PDF here.