Celebrate National Pollinator Week with Lake Placid Land Conservancy
June 18th through the 24th is National Pollinator Week. Celebrate with us!
It’s National Pollinator Week! As a partner with the Adirondack Pollinator Project, the Lake Placid Land Conservancy will be focusing on pollinators of all kinds this week. Pollinators are important for conservation efforts – without secure, diverse places for them to inhabit, our pollinator populations would be in even greater peril. Keep an eye out for our social media posts each day regarding global pollinator decline, what you can do to combat it, and fun pollinator activities. Check out a preview below!
If you aren’t already, now is the perfect time to follow LPLC on Twitter,Facebook, and Instagram. This will help you learn as much as possible about pollinators and our local efforts to create more pollinator-friendly spaces. Just click the social media logos to connect with us!
Help us make this week a success by spreading the word!
We made a Pollinator Week Facebook frame to help shed light on the importance of pollinators. To add the frame to your profile picture, click here
and search “Lake Placid Land Conservancy.” To use it with Facebook’s camera, click here
. We also encourage everyone to post pictures or information about pollinators on social media and tag us using#PollinateADK
. We’d love to see your gardens!
But let’s be honest…
National Pollinator Week won’t be a success without taking action locally. National Pollinator Week is designated by the US Senate and run by the Pollinator Partnership, but it’s success depends upon participation by great people like you! To help start you on your pollinator-friendly journey and to inspire action, we’ve gathered some resources that offer easy ways you can get involved. We hope you use this week to take action on behalf of the pollinators that are so important to us!
What can you do? Be sure to check out The Lake Placid Land Conservancy’s new pollinator resources – “The Pollinator Pages!”
Create a buzz on Facebook
Creating usable habitat is critical to pollinator populations thriving!
Getting children excited about pollinators is important to us