Participate in the Great Georgia Pollinator Census

Press release from Gwinnett County Government

On August 23 and 24, residents across the state can count and record pollinators like bees, wasps, and flies as part of the Great Georgia pollinator census, a citizen science initiative. 
The goals for this program include creating pollinator habitats, learning how to identify pollinators, and helping researchers collect data on pollinator populations. Residents will be asked to count pollinators on a favorite pollinator plant for 15 minutes, and then upload results to a website. This project is perfect for schools doing STEM work, homeowner associations, community gardens, and more!
Register now at the event website, Great Georgia Pollinator Census. To schedule a training event for your group, contact Kim Fritz at, or 678.377.4010.

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