Michael A. Hill
Dr. Kimberly Winter
Laurie Davis Adams
Scott Hoffman Black
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Each partner will bring their expertise to create a strong coalition of voices directed towards protecting pollinator habitat and restoration projects with educational and job-focused actions.
They are committed to educate students, municipalities and the general public to preserve all pollinator species on private and public lands.
Narrated by LEONARDO DICAPRIO
Written and Directed by MATHEW SCHMID
Produced and Edited by LEILA CONNERS
Executive Producers GEORGE DICAPRIO & LAURA COX
Loss, destruction and fracturing of habitats
Mismanagement & stressing of Honey Bees
Ignorance about Pollinators in general
Pollution in general
Chemicals in Air, Water, Soil
Use and misuse Pesticide (Neonicotinoids), Herbicide (Round-Up), Fungicide
When a pollen grain moves from the anther (male part) of a flower to the stigma (female part), pollination happens. This is the first step in a process that produces seeds, fruits, and the next generation of plants. This can happen through self-pollination, wind and water pollination, or through the work of vectors that move pollen within the flower and from bloom to bloom.