How can Local Communities help Pollinators?

Communities_CoverLocal communities can lead the way in creating an Ireland where pollinators can thrive. To find out how to make your community pollinator friendly, download our publication: Local Communities: actions to help pollinators


Suitable for:
  TIDYTOWNS, Keep Northern Ireland beautiful, local wildlife groups, historic graveyard groups, college campuses, etc.

 
 
Features of our Local Community Guidelines: 
  • Range of 24 low/no-cost pollinator-friendly actions provided to suit all local communities
  • Pollinator-friendly planting lists
  • Important advice for purchasing wildflower seed mixes for pollinators
  • Information about our pollinators, why they are declining and what they need to survive
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Have you taken any pollinator friendly actions in your local community? If so, log them on our online mapping system, Actions for Pollinators, to help track the build-up of food and shelter in our landscape. 

Instructions on how to use this mapping system: Tutorial on Actions for Pollinators: Community groups