Register your Bee City Kawartha Lakes POLLINATOR PATHWAY
This project will provide a snapshot of what CKL residents are doing to create pollinator habitat. Personal information and address will remain private. You will be asked about the size of your patch, what you’re growing and if you are providing nesting sites and/or water. To thank you for contributing to our pollinator habitat you will receive a certificate and a weather-resistant sign designating your patch as part of the Bee City Community.
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Organization (if applicable)
Full address including include postal code.
Your address will not appear on the map. Your location will be represented by a pin only.
Patch or garden location
Place of worship
Small (less than 18sq m / 200 sq ft)
Medium (18- 45 sq m / 200-499 sq ft)
Large (46 – 92 sq m / 500-999 sq ft)
X-Large (93 – 464 sq m / 1,000-4,999 sq ft)
Colossal (more than 465 sq m / 5,000 sq ft)Option 5
Describe your garden.
Please estimate the number of native plants per square metre in your Pollinator garden/patch. (Depending on the species and size of the plants, densities of 2-10 plants per square metre are probably the most effective.) Please estimate the percentage of plants that are native to Central Ontario. Native Plants% Exotic Plants %
List the species of native plants, shrubs,trees you are growing and how many?
Eg. Common milkweed 5, Serviceberry 2, Willow trees 1, etc.
Are you providing a maintainable water-source?
Eg.: a shallow refillable container with stones or rocks for perches
Photo by Sue Chan
Are you providing nesting opportunites?
Bee house (so called hotels or condos)
Bare ground for bumble bees, mininng bees, sweat bees
Brush or wood piles for stem-nesters
Photo by Susan Blayney
Maintaining productive pollinator habitats requires a plan. Please indicate which actions you have taken (or will take) to maintain your Pollinator Paradise (check all that apply):
Eliminate the use of insecticides
Manage the density of the plot by thinning (removing plants to minimize crowding)
Mulch around the base of plants to reduce the growth of weeds and retain water
Remove invasive species from the site
Add other features (e.g., fruit feeders, bee nesting boxes, water source, other plants, etc.)
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