Protect Our Pollinators is a proud Partner of Hudson to Housatonic Regional Conservation Partnership


Email:  ProPollinators@gmail.com

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/protectourpollinators

Our Mission

Systemic pesticides called Neonicotinoids (Neo-nics) 

are lethal to bees and other pollinators. 

- to save our endangered pollinators through  education and action.


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Pollinator Pathways

Continuous corridors of public and private lands


Healthy habitat for bees, butterflies,

and other important pollinators




click icon for Newtown Pathway

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Rusty-Patch Bumble Bee and other native bees are in decline primarily due to lack of floral resources and pesticide use.


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UPCOMING EVENTS


Wednesday, April 17  7:00PM

Presentation for DAR, Danbury Museum & Historical Society, Main Street, Danbury: Pollinator presentation.


APRIL NATIVE PLANTS SALES

19-20 - Eastern CT Conservation District, Ocean State Job Lot Bldg., Gales Ferry.

26-27 - Brooklyn Fairgrounds, Brooklyn.

26-28- NW Conservation District, Goshen Fairgrounds.

CT River Coastal Conservation Dist., Westbrook Outlets.


Saturday, April 27  10:00 - 4:00PM

Newtown Earth Day, Newtown Middle School.


MAY NATIVE PLANTS SALES

Fri./Sat., 3-4  - N. Central Conservation District, Tolland County Ag Center, Vernon, and 4-H Education Center Bloomfield.

Saturday, 11th - Bartlett Arboretum, Stamford.

Sat./Sun., 18-19- Audubon Greenwich.  Menunkatuck Audubon, Guilford, pre-ordering.


Tuesday, May 14

Caudatowa Garden Club of Ridgefield,

Pesticides & Pollinators - time to be announced.


Saturday, May 18  11:00AM

CT Audubon Society Center at Glastonbury,

1361 Main Street, Glastonbury, Native Plant Talk

Bee Pals

Neonicotinoids (Neo-nics)

These systemic Insecticides are lethal to bees and other pollinators.

Important Pollinators:

Native Bees, European honeybees, butterflies, insects, birds, and bats.


Protect Our Pollinators is a nonprofit organization devoted to public education

                  and to the conservation of pollinators and their habitats.

The most commonly      used herbicide, Glyphosate (Roundup)

is wiping out the Monarch butterfly.

Concert for Pollinators held last May