Pollinators are in trouble.
From large agricultural crops to local vegetable gardens, pollinators are vital to human production of food sources and the reproduction of native plants. In fact, it’s estimated that one out of every three bites of food eaten worldwide is a result of pollinators. However, pollinator populations, from bees to butterflies, are in decline because of habitat destruction, chemical pollution, parasites and pathogens. It’s urgent that we take action to protect them for the future!
We’re working to save them.
Pollinator Awareness through Conservation and Education (PACE) is a global initiative led by Butterfly Pavilion to increase awareness of the importance of pollinators and promote habitat and species conservation. PACE programs include habitat restoration projects, education programs for adults and children, citizen science opportunities, and more.
You can help!
Butterfly Pavilion manages programs and projects that strive to protect the earth’s health, biodiversity, and sustainability.
Butterfly Pavilion offers a diverse array of programs for schools, youth groups, adults, senior groups and more that foster appreciation for pollinators.
Butterfly Pavilion leads several collaborative projects through which volunteers have a meaningful impact on habitat and species conservation.
Butterfly Pavilion manages programs and projects achieving global impact in invertebrate research and conservation.
Butterfly Pavilion and Rice’s Honey team up to save pollinators.
Rice’s Honey, a leading producer of high quality, U.S. only raw and unfiltered honey headquartered in Greeley Colorado, has a mission to promote pollinators and sustainable bee farms across the country. To fulfill that mission, Rice’s Honey donates a portion of proceeds from every bottle sold to Butterfly Pavilion’s PACE initiative which aims to promote and protect the prosperity of pollinators worldwide.
To purchase Local Hive by Rice’s Honey, please visit www.localhivehoney.com.