More than half of native bee species are declining in population, and 1 in 4 are at an increasing risk of extinction. Habitat destruction, climate change, and urbanization are decimating their ranks. And the rusty patch bumble bee has just been added to the endangered species list–the first in the continental U.S.
You might have already heard this shocking news. But did you act? You can help save the bees at Tyler! Support our Annual Fund to help grow our pollinator gardens and educate the community about conservation. These steps are vital to saving the bees from the brink of extinction. And we can’t do it without you.
Donations can be made online, over the phone, via mail, through your company’s matching gift program, or through the United Way of Southeastern PA (code 7630). Call our Development Office at 610-566-9134 x 209 if you have any questions. We would be happy to help!