Corcoran Pollinator Project


The Corcoran Pollinator Project is a grassroots neighborhood initiative in Minneapolis that aims to increase urban biodiversity via a crop mob model in which neighbors help each other install new pollinator gardens with plants donated by other neighbors. We work in collaboration with Corcoran GROWS, our neighborhood Transition Town organization. In 2017 we installed ten boulevard gardens with more than 40 different species of perennial pollinator plants donated by 11 neighbors. Join us in 2018 as we help more neighbors plant more pollinator gardens.


Sarah, Project Leader

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