Do you want your neighborhood to be a safe place for pollinators? Are you a dedicated, passionate individual?
One of our main goals is to empower others to be part of a Pollinator Safe Neighborhood* or Community** around Colorado. To be part of a Pollinator Safe Neighborhood, it’s as easy as talking to your neighbors and asking them to sign the pledge! Click below:
Become a Pollinator Safe Neighborhood Coordinator!
Pollinator Safe Neighborhood Coordinators are our muscle in the field: they reach out to their neighbors or community members, organize canvassing efforts, and collect pollinator safe pledges. You don’t have to know all the answers, or know every person who lives in your neighborhood or community. You don’t have to do all the work yourself. Being a Pollinator Safe Coordinator requires little more than dedication, drive, and a passion to make the movement move. If you are interested in becoming a Pollinator Safe Neighborhood Coordinator, please fill out the form below and we will contact you with more information! *A Pollinator Safe Neighborhood, as outlined by The Living Systems Institute, is a neighborhood in which at least 75 contiguous households have pledged to not use neonicotinoids in their gardens and yards. **A Pollinator Safe Community is group made up of less than 75 households who have pledged to not use neonicotinoids in their gardens and yards and can include churches, schools, co-housing communities, HOAs, retirement community, rural areas, etc.