Growing a Wild NYC: Pollinators
Virtual workshop hosted on May 11, 2021.
Discover the wonderful world of pollinators at home and in the classroom! In the virtual workshop hosted on May 11, 2021, the National Wildlife Federation introduced activities from its new curriculum, Growing a Wild NYC: A K-5 Urban Pollinator Curriculum. Meet some of New York City’s most common wild pollinator species - including bumble bees and monarch butterflies - and learn how you can grow a pollinator patch at home or school to help them thrive.
Watch the virtual workshop below!
Schoolyard Habitat Planning Guide
Growing a Wild NYC: A K-5 Urban Pollinator Curriculum
Certify your garden as a NWF wildlife habitat
NYC Pollinator Working Group (for pollinator enthusiasts in the NYC area)