Plant for Pollinators

The Woodlands Township Pollinatives Project

Pollinators are in trouble. Habitat loss and the use of pesticides and herbicides have dramatically impacted bee and butterfly populations all over the globe. As a result, initiatives across North America have been launched to prevent further decline and restore pollinator populations.

The Township’s program, Plant for Pollinators, helps protect monarchs, bees and all butterflies in a number of ways. It identifies opportunities for reintroducing milkweed to natural green spaces and areas that can be protected for pollinator habitat. It also encourages and supports the active participation of everyone in The Woodlands to plant for pollinators.

Through this program and its initiatives, the goal is for The Woodlands to become a National Wildlife Federation Monarch Champion City. By protecting the iconic monarch butterfly, we’ll be protecting all pollinators.

  1. Learn
  2. Plant
  3. Get Involved
  • Take a gardening class. Attend a workshop. Visit the demonstration garden at the Township's Parks, Recreation and Environmental Services building, 8203 Millennium Forest Drive.
  • Sign up for our blog or calendar updates for notification on upcoming programs.