Our Mission is to promote London as a pollinator sanctuary and help provide everyone with the resources and knowledge to create their own garden.
Our Goal is to help the community to recognize the
important role that pollinators play in our
long-term food security.
Outside the glimmering lights of downtown London lies a hidden paradise for many sentient beings, which we often don't think about. A pollinator's pathway weaves through urban structures.
Therefore to help their journey, we bring that hidden paradise closer to home...
The Pollinator Pathways Project Team
I am primarily in charge of monitoring and scheduling content across all social media feeds where the organization is active.
I am a co-founder of P3, I believe that I can help create a change in our community in London.
As a big picture thinker I scan the horizon for new opportunities or challenges, new ideas, new people and organizations and new science that might arise with respect to the Pollinator Pathways Project.
As a student liaison, I help with communication between high schools. I hope to get many high schools involved in P3. At my high school, the idea of a P3 garden has been welcomed and a ‘green group’ has been initiated in starting a P3 garden.
I became a member of P3 while studying Environmental Science at Western University. I promote education about pollinator conservation through speeches, community events, and social media. I utilize my academic knowledge and combine it with current scientific research to provide the most accurate information possible.
My job in the pollinator pathways project is to help get the younger generation involved as I am one of the youngest members of the project. I also help by adding my voice into the project, and helping out where help is needed.
At the garden sites, I teach what plant goes where and how to plant them in the right spot, showing how to care for them. I give my opinions on topics discussed in meetings and write blog posts. Also, I answer the questions on our site. I've also helped at shows like Seedy Saturday, where we may have met.