EDUCATION: To raise public awareness of the importance of pollination.
RESEARCH: To foster the study of pollination interactions within habitats.
COMMUNITY: To engage the community through pollination related activities.
ADVOCACY: To advocate for policies and practices that reflect the importance of pollination.
CONSERVATION: To increase the area of naturalized landscapes and the use of native plants and local seed on public and private land.
About Pollination Guelph
Pollination Guelph is a group of individuals dedicated to the conservation and development of pollinator habitat for current and future generations. We promote awareness and understanding of the role of pollinators in achieving local and global environmental sustainability goals and showcase pollinator projects that are a model for citizens and communities throughout Canada and internationally.
We are a charitable, federally incorporated non-profit organization. A volunteer Board of Directors guides our activities and manages the organization. We have no paid staff and rely on the work of volunteers to achive our goals
Guelph is a world model for the promotion and protection of pollinators and their habitat – leading the way in environmental sustainability.