Supporting Pollinators

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Pollinators are critical to the production of crops that supply Canadians with food and materials and play an essential role in maintaining healthy and diverse local habitats and natural systems. Unfortunately, pollinator populations are in significant decline from facing challenges such as habitat loss and degradation, pesticide use, climate change, various agricultural and gardening practices and introduced species.​


Pollinator Book Collection at Brampton Library

​Check out the new pollinator books available at Brampton Library​​ with your library card!

Dearbourne Park Pollinator Habitat Planting Event

Come out and help plant native pollinator plants on Saturday September 9 from 10am-12pm at the Dearbourne Park Pollinator Habitat. Take home a free native plant!

Grass and Weed Cutting Bylaw update​

This update allow residents more freedom over their approach to gardening on their property, including pursuing more naturalized gardens and sustainable gardening practices.​

The City of Brampton is a Bee City​!

The Bee City Designation recognizes a municipality’s commitment and efforts towards pollinator protection. As part of the Bee City Designation, a municipality annually commits to continue to find opportunities to support and protect pollinators​.​​​
Open t​he Media Release​ to learn more.​

Learn About Pollinators!