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By Tammy Cash. Media resources provided by GGAPC.

Have you heard the buzz? On August 19th and 20th, Georgia and South Carolina residents will be venturing out to count all of the pollinators that we can find for the 2022 Great Georgia Pollinator Census! The census is a citizen science research project created by the University of Georgia and launched four years ago in 2019 inviting all Georgians to come together for two days to document pollinator populations. The project is designed for everyone to participate and make a difference for pollinator conservation! It further encourages everyone to create sustainable pollinator habitats and to learn about the many types of pollinators throughout the year. The program also offers a no-cost STEM program for educators, with teaching resources available through the program website.  Buzzing with excitement, the citizens of South Carolina will be joining the Great Georgia Pollinator Census for the August 2022 count, expanding the reach of the pioneering project in the Southeast!

It may sound un-bee-lievable, but did you know bees and butterflies aren’t the only pollinators out there. Learn more about all of the different types of pollinators, catch all the buzz about this year’s census and…

Join the count!

Here’s how: Visit the official website at www.ggapc.org where you can:

  1. Sign up for their newsletter to get the latest in your inbox
  2. Prepare for the count days on August 19th and 20th by:
  3. Check out the resources and share on social media
  4. Join and share Georgia Pollinator Census Facebook page and follow it on instagram @GaPollinators.

 

 

 

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