Pollinators are responsible for one out of every three bites we eat—making the very foundation of our food possible.
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Vicki Wojcik, PH.D. from Pollinator Partnership shares with us why pollinators are so vital, the critical state of their populations and how we can help.
Pollinators are the tiny champions of our entire ecosystem.
The diversity of pollinators goes beyond bees. Discover the many species responsible for pollinating plants we rely on in our everyday lives.
Hummingbirds Pollinate Papaya
Did you know hummingbirds pollinate papaya trees? Without their help, papayas wouldn't exist.
Bats Pollinate Agave
Did you know bats pollinate agave flowers? Without their help, agave wouldn't exist.
Pollen Wasps Pollinate Avocados
Did you know pollen wasps pollinate avocado trees? Without their help, avocados wouldn't exist.
Bees Pollinate Brazil Nuts
Did you know many species of bees pollinate Brazil nut trees? Without their help, Brazil nuts wouldn't exist.
Wasps Pollinate Figs
Did you know wasps pollinate fig trees? Without their help, figs wouldn't exist.
Butterflies Pollinate Strawberries
Did you know butterflies pollinate strawberry plants? Without their help, strawberries wouldn't exist.
Orchid Bees Pollinate Vanilla
Did you know orchid bees pollinate vanilla orchids? Without their help, vanilla wouldn't exist.
Bees Pollinate Almonds
Did you know that many species of bees pollinate almond trees? Without their help, almonds wouldn't exist.
Bees Pollinate Blueberries
Did you know that many species of bees pollinate blueberry bushes? Without their help, blueberries wouldn't exist.
Midge Flies Pollinate Cocoa Beans
Did you know midge flies pollinate cocoa trees? Without their help, cocoa beans wouldn't exist.