National Pollinator Week Facebook Cover

UPDATE: Help us raise visibility for National Pollinator Week!

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Danielle Melgar
Food & Agriculture Advocate

Author: Danielle Melgar

Food & Agriculture Advocate

 

Started on staff: 2016
B.A., Yale University

Danielle works to ensure our food system produces enough nutritious food to feed everyone, without threatening our health, the planet, or the ability of future generations to grow food. Danielle lives in Chicago, where she enjoys staying active in the outdoors, trying out new recipes, and writing short stories.

National Pollinator Week is June 20-26 this year. Bees alone are responsible for pollinating every third bite of food we take. But there are many other types of pollinators besides bees, including birds, butterflies and other bugs, and small mammals. This National Pollinator Week we’ll be celebrating the important role pollinators play in our food system, sharing educational information, and sharing actions YOU can take to make sure our pollinators – and by extension, the foods we rely on – are protected from the many threats they face. 

Here are a few ways you can get started:

1. Add our Twibbon to your Twitter profile image: https://twibbon.com/support/protect-our-pollinators-3/twitter 

2. Update your Facebook cover with our special cover for National Pollinator Week: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cT1clLtbKXWVlE8ltijOTGSFfz4lqr17/view?usp=sharing

3. Follow us on social media to follow along with our actions, and be sure to share our actions with your networks!

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Danielle Melgar
Food & Agriculture Advocate

Author: Danielle Melgar

Food & Agriculture Advocate

 

Started on staff: 2016
B.A., Yale University

Danielle works to ensure our food system produces enough nutritious food to feed everyone, without threatening our health, the planet, or the ability of future generations to grow food. Danielle lives in Chicago, where she enjoys staying active in the outdoors, trying out new recipes, and writing short stories.