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Windsor St Clair recently signed the Operation Pollination resolution, and pledge to become the first club in Super District 6400, and the first club in Canada to do so.
 
Operation Pollination is an inclusive partnership project initiated by announcing a simple Pollinator Resolution. The project is achieved by recruiting a diverse array of partners to engage in pollinator habitat restoration or education activities by signing a simple Pollinator Pledge form. Any organization can get involved in Operation Pollination and it doesn’t cost anything to join the cause, aside from the time and resources you devote to achieving your pollinator project.

This important environmental initiative is a simple and impactful way for small groups of people to make a real difference in their efforts to support the vital biodiversity in the local region.  Contact the Rotary club of Windsor-St. Clair to find out how your club can join Operation Pollination.
In support of the newest avenue of focus, that of environment sustainability, the Rotary Club of Windsor-St. Clair is launching its newest adventure, 'Rotary Goes Wild'.

Zoom in on Sunday March 27 from 1-3 pm and discover how you can support a native habitat in your own garden. The lineup of speakers will discuss pollinator gardens, monarchs, native bees and of course the importance of planting native.   There will also be a draw or 2 for a 'wee bee house' for the solitary bees in your garden.  Stay tuned for more details.

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