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

Tree Fest – Meeting our native pollinators

September 29th, 2019

Join us at Tree Fest and learn more about the hard-working insects that help us to grow fruit, vegetables, and beautiful flowers.

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Tree Fest – Bee box workshop

October 6th, 2019

What can you do to help pollinators? Learn how to make a bee box that works for Mason Bees, the pollinators of our early-blooming fruit trees.

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Latest News

Finding pollinators at Sunnyside library

Written on: August 21st, 2019

by Sandy Garland On Sunday afternoon, 18 August, Véronique, Jasmine, and I did a survey of pollinators in the gardens at Sunnyside library. For many years, these ...

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Finding pollinators at Lansdowne

Written on: August 21st, 2019

by Sandy Garland On 18 August, Véronique, Jasmine, and I did a survey of the gardens at Sunnyside library (see Finding pollinators at Sunnyside library) and the ones ...

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Pearly Everlasting blues – learning to love tattered plants

Written on: August 14th, 2019

by Renate Sander-Regier In the spring of 2018, I planted a patch of Pearly Everlasting (Anaphalis margaritacea). I have long been charmed by the poetic, ...

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Finding pollinators at the Canadian Museum of Nature

Written on: August 13th, 2019

by Sandy Garland Our Sunday survey this week was in the Landscapes of Canada gardens on the O’Connor Street side of the Canadian Museum of Nature. These ...

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