Centennial Pollinator Gardens

Centennial College

Pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, and other insects are responsible for two thirds of the food we eat, but they’re disappearing at alarming rates. With a diminishing number of pollen- and nectar-producing plants, a decrease in viable habitat and nesting sites, and an increase in invasive non-native plant and insect species, Centennial’s Environmental Student Society took action.

Building three on-campus pollinator gardens, located at the Story Arts Centre, Progress, and Morningside campus, and with plans to build another at our Ashtonbee campus, we’re working hard to ensure the survival of these critters and the sustainability of the local ecosystem.

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