Our Mission

Bombus Ternarius, By Beatriz Moisset (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-2.5 (www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons
The Pollination Conservation Society is a nonprofit organization working to conserve and protect native and managed pollinators. Where appropriate, the Society supports programs to reestablish the historic populations of both wild and domestic pollinators.  The Society works closely with the scientific community, commercial pollinators, agricultural interests, and citizens from all walks of life to improve pollinator heath and success worldwide.

Often working together in symbiotic harmony, native and managed pollinators are responsible for successfully pollinating many of the world's most important agricultural crops and native flowering plants. Over the past several decades, populations of these critical players in food production and general botanical success have plummeted. While many of the root causes of this decline have been identified, much work remains to be done.

The Society funds research, conservation, re-population, and educational outreach projects designed to address the issues affecting all of the world's pollinators.