Pollinator Week 2023 - Pollinators and Climate Change

Pollinator Week is an annual celebration in support of pollinator health that was initiated and is managed by Pollinator Partnership. It is a time to raise awareness for pollinators and spread the word about what we can do to protect them. The great thing about Pollinator Week is that you can celebrate and get involved any way you like! Popular events include planting for pollinators, hosting garden tours, participating in online bee and butterfly ID workshops, and so much more. However you choose to celebrate this year, be sure to register your event on the map below, and share your story with us by tagging us on social media using the hashtag #PollinatorWeek.

This Pollinator Week we will be emphasizing the connections between climate and pollinators. Pollinators are dying because their food and homes are disappearing, diseases have increased, and rising temperatures and natural disasters are affecting their ability to survive - all of which are related to climate change. At the same time, the conservation of pollinators and their habitats can help combat climate change by supporting healthy ecosystems, air, soil, water, and plants. Combined, these results make planet earth a safer place for us to live. These are big problems and the efforts that are made around North America and globally during Pollinator Week can help provide real solutions for the pollinators we all love.

Download and Share the Logo

We need YOU to help us spread the word about Pollinator Week! Download the official Pollinator Week Logo and share it with your friends and colleagues on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The official Pollinator Week logo images can be downloaded using the following links: ENGLISH, SPANISH, and FRENCH.



Register your activities to the official Pollinator Week events map!

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Request local buildings to light up yellow and orange in support of pollinators!

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Sign and mail proclamations to your governor in support of Pollinator Week!

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Pollinator Week Map

It's not too early to start thinking about your Pollinator Week activities. Pollinators positively affect all our lives, supporting wildlife, healthy watershed and more - let's SAVE and CELEBRATE them! Activities can be more traditional events open to the public (plantings, walks, webinars) or private events in your backyard*. Join the celebration and connect virtually or in-person by adding your pollinator activity to the map below!

Note - use the autofill options directly in the map tool below (rather than your browser's location autofill) to help find your event's location.

*Private activities will not be made available for download in the events list.

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Pollinator Week Toolkit

Bees and other pollinators are threatened, but with your support, we are finding ways to help them. Download our Toolkit for inspiration on how to help pollinators!

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Download our educational posters for the classroom or workplace, Pollinator Week Logos to share on social media, and our fun facts and activities for kids!

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Order the Latest Pollinator Poster!

The 2022 Wings of Life Pollinator Poster features butterflies and moths and the essential role they play in pollination, culture, and ecosystem services throughout North America. Butterflies and moths are found in almost every terrestrial ecosystem from deserts to tropical rainforests, and thousands of flowering plants have evolved to rely specifically on their pollination services. Beautiful artwork by Natalya Zahn.

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Pollinator Week History

Pollinator Week was initiated and is managed by Pollinator Partnership, and fourteen years ago the U.S. Senate’s unanimous approval and designation of a week in June as “National Pollinator Week” marked a necessary step toward addressing the urgent issue of declining pollinator populations. Pollinator Week has now grown into an international celebration, promoting the valuable ecosystem services provided by bees, birds, butterflies, bats, beetles, moths, wasps, and flies.

People across the planet have pledged to continue promoting pollinator health and well-being through their Pollinator Week events. Through the numerous virtual and in-person gatherings, webinars, planting sessions, garden and farm walks, and monument lightings, Pollinator Week 2023 is geared to be the busiest and best one yet!