Deadline Extended!

Pollination Guelph Community Grant Program

Pollination Guelph is now accepting applications for our 2021 Community Grants Program!

 For more information on eligibility and grant requirements, download our Grant Overview PDF or go to our PG Community Grant Program page.  Grants of up to $1000 will be available.  

The deadline for applications is March 31, 2021 at midnight.

  You can also learn more about the recipients of past PG Community Grants by downloading our Press Release

Free Gardening Webinar Series this Spring

It's time to dream of spring!  A free series of webinars about gardening will be put on by Guelph-Wellington Master Gardeners and The City of Guelph Healthy Landscapes program.  We are particularly excited to announce that PG is sponsoring the May 11th talk by esteemed entomologist, Douglas Tallamy, about "Restoring the Little Things that Run the World".

Register early to avoid missing out:


Join us at An Event Near You

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 three Pollinator books by Heather Holm, including her newly released hardcover 'Wasps'!  These books are excellent resources for beginner and seasoned pollinator enthusiasts alike.

How to Clean Up Your Garden this Spring


As snow banks melt and the days are warmer, many of us are eager to get outside and kick off a new gardening season with a spring clean-up of the yard.  Hard as it may be to resist the urge to head into your garden beds and borders to tidy up, there are many reasons to be patient, especially if you wish to support pollinators and other wildlife.

It is important to wait for several consecutive days with temperatures in the range of 10-15 ˚C, when most pollinators will have left their overwintering sites.  Depending on the weather, this may mean waiting until late April/early May before raking up leaves and other plant material or cutting down stems. 

Download our handy "Spring Clean-Up for Your Garden" Handout for more information.  


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