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Happy National Pollinator’s Week!

Did you know that this week is National Pollinator’s Week? Pollinators are the bees, butterflies, and other creatures which help us get the fruit, vegetables, and flowers that we all love! In order to help local pollinators thrive, the Bronx River Alliance has been planting native species which provide food for bees throughout the growing season.

Alliance Crew Members have created several bio-swales as a water management system in the Bronx using native flowers and grasses. Last year, we planted, Dwarf Crested Iris, Autumn Bride Coral Bells, Small Headed Sunflower, and much more in Shoelace Park near 224th Street. Since then, local pollinators have made a ‘bee-line’ for these rain gardens and more instillations are on the way!

Find out more about National Pollinator’s Week here at Pollinator.org

To find out more about the what Bronx River Alliance is doing to strengthen the Bronx’s ecosystem, please email our Ecology Director, Robin Kriesberg.


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The Bronx River Alliance is a coordinated voice for the river that works in partnership to protect, improve and restore the Bronx River corridor so that it can be a healthy ecological, recreational, resource for the communities through which it flows.

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