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Canadian Wildlife Federation

Deadline to Request Free Native Plants is May 5, 2024

Free Pollinator Resources for Teachers

Bee Ambassadors Canada has partnered with the Canadian Wildlife Federation to provide free resources for your classroom, such as posters, and native plants for pollinators.

Canadian Wildlife Federation

WILD Spaces

Register for the WILD Spaces program to receive free resources for your classroom including 40 pollinator-friendly perennial plants and a pollinator poster about bees or butterflies.

Requests for native plants must be received by May 5, 2024. Plants will be shipped to schools the 3rd week in May.

Canadian Wildlife Federation Native Plants
Poster
Wild About Bees
Wild About Bees Poster

Get to know Canada’s 16 bee families, including the masons, the nomads and the plasterers, and why they have such interesting names.

Poster
Wild about Butterflies
Wild About Butterflies Poster

With close to 300 butterfly species living in Canada for all or part of their life cycle, it can be tough to know who’s who.

About CWF Plant Kits

CWF offers four different four-packs, each customized with a unique variety of neonics*-free plants designed to attract bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and Monarchs to your garden. Plant with purpose by choosing one of the plant kits and you can provide a veritable buffet for pollinators and other wildlife. CWF Medallion Plants are available exclusively at participating Home Depot stores across Canada this May and June (while supplies last).

*(Neonicotinoids or “neonics” are a group of insecticides that are chemically related to nicotine. Neonics are now the most widely used insecticides in the world. However, mounting evidence suggests unforeseen, negative effects on non-target species and the environment.)