June 15-October 3, 2015

The majority of all flowering plants rely on pollinators, a group of animals that includes over 200,000 species. Our food and natural habitats rely on these animals, and each of us has an active role to play in shaping their future.

The Saving Our Pollinators four-month exhibition features 29 events, including workshops, exhibits, talks, and tours that highlight the acute plight of pollinators, including bees, birds, bats, and butterflies.

Discover the importance of our pollinators as the Garden illustrates their challenges and offers solutions to stabilize and secure their future.

Detailed event program information and registration

Pollination Ecology Presentation by Johnny Randall (PDF)

Updated on June 08, 2016 at 10:44:33 am.