About the WPP-PPS network

The WPP-PPS network brings together people who are interested in wild pollinators, concerned about their resilience and survival, and are motivated to help.

We seek to raise awareness, share information and resources, offer learning opportunites and events, support pollinator habitat protection & creation, as well as encourage appropriate, responsible action.

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"To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee..."- Emily Dickinson -

Upcoming Activities

Carbon Capture Day

August 25th, 2018

Wild Pollinator Partners together with Faith & the Common Good will be giving a short talk at this event starting at 12:30. Katherine Forster (Faith and the ...

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Great Canadian Bumble Bee Count

August 31st, 2018

Canada’s wild native bees are in trouble – can you help? Friends of the Earth’s Great Canadian Bumble Bee Count takes place annually during July and August, ...

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Garden walk at Canadian Wildlife Federation

September 15th, 2018

CWF is planning a presentation and walk through its wildlife gardens in Kanata. Stay tuned for confirmation and details.

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Latest News

Wasps – the gardener’s friend

Written on: August 16th, 2018

Text and photos: Christine Hanrahan and Sandy Garland Revised and reprinted with permission from Wasps at the FWG According to David and Norma Barr (1981), wasps are ...

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Signs of the times

Written on: August 6th, 2018

by Sandy Garland, sign messages by Renate Sander-Regier Proclaiming your garden as pollinator habitat will not only send a message to your neighbours, it might also ...

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Leafcutter bees

Written on: July 1st, 2018

by Sandy Garland If you discover plants or trees in your garden with perfect circles cut out of the leaves, please celebrate – you have leafcutter bees living ...

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Bridge-to-Bridge community reforestation project

Written on: July 1st, 2018

by Sandy Garland, with much help from Declan Hill, chair of the project According to Declan, this project started because the community was “tired of cars ...

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