Pollinators are essential for food production and every school food garden needs to also have a pollinator garden. Pollinator gardens can assist in teaching subjects such entomology, horticulture, geography (insect migration) and literature. Have your students compose a haiku to thank the pollinators!
Have your classroom be a part of the Great Georgia Pollinator Census taking place August 23rd and 24th, 2019. For more information visit GGaPC.org.
- The Pollinator's Journey
- Plants and Animals: Partners in Pollination
- Power of Pollinators
The movie "The Flight of the Butterflies" is an excellent documentary on the monarch butterflies migration to Mexico.
- The Eco-Friendly Garden: Attracting Pollinators, Beneficial Insects and Other Natural Predators
- The Xerces Society Plant Lists
- Pollinator Partnership
- Pollinator Spaces Project
- Teacher Training Web Seminars
- Monarch Watch
- Creating a Pollinator Garden
- Creating Bee Boxes to Help Native Bees
- You Tube of Creating a Butterfly Puddle with Walter Reeves
- Have your garden listed on the Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail
- Have your garden become a Monarch WayStation