Plant Pollinator Program

The Garden objectives are to develop research and conservation strategies on native plant-pollinator interactions, through a three-pronged approach: survey and monitoring of insect pollinators, the creation and restoration of metro Atlanta pollinator habitats, and to develop educational material on pollinator conservation for Atlanta and the Southeast.

Pollinator Gardens

The Garden partners with a number of local organizations to restore pollinator habitat through the establishment of pollinator gardens and meadows within the City of Atlanta.
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Butterflies of Atlanta

The Garden is partnering with the Integrating Monarch Monitoring Program, Monarchs Across Georgia and the Greater Atlanta Pollinator Partnership to address native pollinator conservation. How many of these beautiful pollinators can you find in the Garden?
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Native Bees of Atlanta

The Garden is surveying for native bee species throughout the metro Atlanta area to gain a greater understanding of local populations and their relationships to native plants.
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