Did you know that 1 in 3 bites of food is made possible by pollinators?

Pollinators are crucial to the future of our food. And kids are crucial to the future of pollinators. We're bringing the wonder of bees and their hives up close to kids, parents and families during National Pollinator Month this June. We can help you take sustainability into your own hands, now and in the future.

Buy a Honey Bee Activity Box

Get the inside buzz on honey bees with this activity box filled with hands-on learning and fun for honey bee heroes!

Your purchase of this box supports honey bee education initiatives for schools. Learn more.

Dig In! Books about Pollinators and Pollination for Young Readers

Do you notice bees, butterflies, and insects on nature walks and garden explorations? There’s so much to learn about pollination and the vital roles of active insects all around us. Read on for some favorite books about pollination.

6 Ways to Help Honey Bees

Honey bees pollinate more than 100 types of crops in the U.S., help maintain the diversity of plant life and ultimately, play a crucial role in our ecosystem.

Unfortunately, it’s getting tougher for honey bees to survive. Their population is dwindling due to loss of habitat, pesticide and insecticide use, and parasites. Because the future of food depends on healthy pollinators, learn how to make honey bees a priority.

Since 2011, we have provided over 8.2 million kids with opportunities to connect with nature and food through our grants and programs.

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