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Without pollinators, like bees and butterflies, the world would be a dull and bland place. How can we make sure these creatures are always fluttering, soaring, and buzzing around us? And how does their presence make our communities more sustainable overall? In this prerecorded webinar, we'll talk about how neighbors like you can turn areas historically dominated by invasive species into vibrant pollinator habitats. See why these pollinators are so important not just to our natural world, but to our local neighborhoods as well. And, get perspectives from project leaders that successfully created thriving pollinator gardens in their local communities.

This recorded webinar on protecting pollinators includes:

  • How pollinators play a key role in our neighborhood's ecological health and sustainability
  • How common pesticides and invasive species can threaten local pollinators
  • Examples of simple actions like native gardens that can play a BIG role in nurturing pollinators
  • Two examples of how neighbors came together to create a project that protects pollinator habitats


  • Jodi Helmer, author of Protecting Pollinators: How to Save the Creatures that Feed Our World
  • Felicia (Brodzky) Jones, Economic Development Director for the Town of Canaan-Falls Village, and leader of the successful ioby project “Pollinator Friendly Falls Village”
  • Aleksandra Moch, Environmental Analyst for the City of Greenwich, CT, and leader of the successful ioby project “Pollinator Pathway at North Street”