Thanks to NYCPWG’s Education and Outreach Committee, we’re pleased to announce that POLLINATOR PALOOZA, our annual photo show to 

celebrate the beauty, diversity and value of pollinators in NYC, is back and we want your pics! 

Submit 3 of your best photos BY NOVEMBER 30th. 
Your photo must be of a wild NYC pollinator (a wild bee, wasp, butterfly, moth, beetle, fly or ant, etc.) and/or insect pollinator nests (burrows, cavity nests, wasp nests in trees), photographed within the geographic boundaries of the five boroughs of NYC DURING 2021. (No honeybees or honeybee hives please).

If you don’t have a Google account, please email your submissions to 

nycpollinators@gmail.com

Selected shots will be featured in a slide show and shared at our December 16th holiday meeting! 
Please share this flyer far and wide through your networks! 

Saturday, September 25, 2021 from 3 – 6pm; film screenings at 3pm & 8pm

LOCATION: Various locations on and around the High Line

 

Insectageddon is a collective performance and call to action presented by artist and poet Cecilia Vicuña. The event addresses the devastating loss of insect populations around the world due to the immense scale of toxic industrial farming, pesticides, and habitat destruction. Insectageddon celebrates the millions of insects that visit and make their home on the High Line every year. Vicuña uses the wild and lively landscape of the park to remind us of the importance of insects for maintaining our vegetal world, as well as all living beings that rely on plants to live.

NYCPWG is proud to have participated in the planning and programming for this event. Member speakers include: Sarah Ward, National Wildlife Federation; Chris Kreussling, aka “Flatbush Gardener”; Sarah Kornbluth, bee biologist and Field Associate at the American Museum of Natural History. The brochure and resource guide (click image at left) was developed by Lisa Bloodgood, Director of Advocacy and Education at Newtown Creek Alliance.

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