We’re teaching kids in St. Andrews-by-the-Sea about the power of pollinators, and we need your help!

You see all those extra seedlings popping up around your garden? Don’t let a good pollinator go to waste! Drop-off any native pollinator plants you can spare at the Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Center at 139 Water St., St. Andrews, and help support the creation of three new pollinator-friendly gardens for our little ones at Back Bay Elementary School, Milltown Elementary School, and the Dragonfly Center for Autism.

See the poster below for more details on specific pollinator species we’re looking for. Drop off days are July 2, July 17 and July 30th.

If you don’t have any plants but still want to help us connect kids with nature, you can help support our Learning Outside project by donating to the link below.

Act quick — for this month only, each donation of $3 or more enters the Conservation Council in a draw to win an additional $10,000 donation from CanadaHelps!