The pollinator projects Mission is to provide habitat, research and education regarding global pollination.

Bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and bats.

No pollinators, No future
Seriously it’s really that simple. Your children, your grandchildren, your great grandchildren, will not have food if we don’t solve the problems facing pollinators globally.
We will build the habitat. We will do the research. We will solve the problem!
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We will build the habitat.
We will do the research.
We will solve the problem.

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Pollinators around the world are being attacked by viruses, bacteria, parasites, habitat loss, and are generally being wiped from existence.
It is almost entirely the fault of the human race.


Human life on this planet is not possible without bees.

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See a complete list of all pollinator initiatives across the globe.


Come, get your dream job. If you have a passion for the outdoors in the environment this is a chance to make a difference and a great living.


There are over 50 species of known hummingbirds that pollinate a wide variety of large flowers, some of which are directly specialized to be pollinated only by hummingbirds.


We have lost over 150,000,000 acres of pollinator habitat in the last 20 years alone!
No pollinators, No food, No people! Yes, it’s really that simple.


We will build a world class research facility!
We will do the research! We will solve the problem!

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Stay with us, live amongst the pollinators.


Butterflies are not only elegant and beautiful, but they also pollinate up to 80% of wildflowers and culinary herbs.


Bats play an essential role in pest control, pollinating plants and dispersing seeds.

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What they’re talking about?

The pollinator project will provide habitat research and education regarding global pollinators. The building and sustaining in perpetuity of a ever-expanding “blue zone” for pollinators to thrive and be studied in their preferred natural habitat. To be carried out in cooperation with local university research projects( addressing the problems of current issues we are facing with pollinators, including, but not limited to: habitat, farming techniques, industrial issues, disease, pollution) as well as public and private K-12 educational programs

The grounds themselves will serve as a hands on fully interactive, educational environment for the general public as well as private groups (autistic, elderly, children, and the general population etc.) through a series of lectures, guided day trips, as well as extended stay throughout the area. visitors will be able to participate in a variety of pollinator related field projects including gardening and raising pollinator friendly areas, understanding pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, genetic modifications, bio engineering techniques, and their impact on society and the planet.

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