Pollinator Palooza is a family-friendly festival celebrating pollinators and the beautiful transformation of our Jackson Pond Preserve into a 4-acre pollinator meadow. The event will feature games, crafts, art and plant sales, live music, and Kona Ice!
Guided nature walks will be available throughout the day, with a special “Walk and Talk” at 10:30 AM where you can get all of your questions answered on how to install a pollinator meadow of your own.
Several local partners will be in attendance to provide additional informational and interactive activities. Bring your picnic blanket and enjoy the summertime beauty of Jackson Pond!
The Art of Ecology Table & Activities
At my table, you’ll be able to color in your own pollinator with hand-illustrated and specially designed coloring pages by The Art of Ecology, as well as learn more about local bees, butterflies, moths, bats, beetles, and more, as well as how foraging for invasive species can help slow invasive species spread and make the world a safer place for these incredible native pollinators! Foraging books, herbal & foraged plant-based salves/sprays/balms, botanically dyed t-shirts, and pollinator & conservation themed stickers will be for sale with a portion of the proceeds benefiting wildlife conservation & habitat preservation efforts.
The cost to attend Pollinator Palooza is $5 per person or $15 for a family up to four members. Attendees can register and pay with the form below. Cash payments are also accepted at the event entrance.
Event organized by Heritage Conservancy. On top of myself, you can find other partners at the event, including Ed Hawkey, Bucks County Audubon Society, Delaware Canal State Park, Bucks Students for Climate Action and Protection of the Environment (BSCAPE), Forest Grove Presbyterian Church, Doylestown Library, Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve, Bird Town Pennsylvania, and Kona Ice.