Our mission is to restore, replant and preserve natural “Pollinative Pathways” to ensure the survival of bee, insect and bird populations.

Get Involved – Become a Volunteer!

Pollinative are looking for individuals who are passionate about environmental change in their community.

Contact us for more information.

Current Projects

Featured below are Pollinative’s first projects located at 9158 Longwoods rd, Mt Brydges, ON

Pollinative Pathway located at the corner of Gideon Rd & Komoka Rd in Delaware, ON

News & Articles


Recent Tweets

  • Lambton explores helping birds and the bees | Sarnia Observer https://t.co/nQNa3tt6rn 1 year ago
  • Ecosystem program could expand locally - https://t.co/vInAt2P1fQ 1 year ago
  • 1st of many tweets to come, , meeting the mayor of Woodstock November 7th new Pollinative sites in their city which we are starting shortly. 2 years ago
  • New Research Further Proves Native Plants Offer More Bugs for Birds https://t.co/b76HXdTyT8 via  @audubonsociety  2 years ago
  • Creating a buzz about bees in Kitchener https://t.co/pC4JlFeCbD 2 years ago

Current Projects & Development Sites

Invasive Species

The following are a few of the invasive species you can find around Ontario:

Dog-Strangling Vine
Black Dog-Strangling Vine
Japanese Knotweed

Native Seed Mix

We use over 50 different Native species in our seed mix:

  • Milkweed
  • plus many more!

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