Pollinator and Plants: What I Need to Know

Hummingbird, bat, and butterfly
Course Number

Pollination is essential for fruiting plants to reproduce. Pollinators come in many forms: bees, flies, moths, bats and birds. This symbiotic relationship is feeling the stress of urban development and environmental challenges. In this class we will explore the fascinating relationship between plants and pollinators and learn how we can support our pollinators in our own yards and communities.

Class Objectives
  • How pollination works
  • Pollinators need help
  • Can I make a difference?
  • What can I do tomorrow?
  • Creating a wildlife habitat
  • Planning for a successful pollinator garden
  • Adaptations in plant anatomy for pollinators
  • Adaptations in pollinator anatomy for plants
Location Type
Length (hrs)
Certification Levels
Honey Bee Ambassador
Beekeeping Experience Levels
No Experience