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Monarchs & Milkweed: Creating Community Pollinator Gardens (Georgian Bay BR)

GBB has created several community and school yard pollinator gardens and has plans to create more gardens with help and support from local partners. Each garden serves as both an educational resource for classrooms, municipalities, community groups, residents and seasonal visitors, as well as a robust native plant garden supporting the habitat needs of the endangered Monarch and other pollinators.

Type: Conservation of biodiversity

Field of activity: Ecosystem/habitat conservation

Responsible body: Georgian Bay Biosphere

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Contact: Rebecca Pollock - rpollock@gbbr.ca

Area of operation: Georgian Bay BR

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