Farm, Crafts, Sustainability, Native Plants
The Pollinator Awareness Program is an initiative evoked by the Sustainable Agriculture Project (SAP) of Grand Valley State University to increase student involvement through the lens of pollinator education and habitat creation. The program includes educational components that teach students about what pollinators exist, what they do for us as well as delicate ecosystems, and how we can contribute to their survival. Through this program, students and community members gain the opportunity to plant and maintain the pollinator gardens at the SAP as well as participate in make-and-take events that encourage them to improve pollinator habitats near their own homes.
Adamy, Sarrah; Daniels, Sarah; Keenan-Whittemore, Kailey; and Visser, Marissa, "Pollinator Awareness Program" (2018). Environmental and Sustainability Studies Undergraduate Projects. 23.