Ames Students Aiding Pollinators
In the Fall of 2016, all Ames High School biology students engaged in a project to make a positive impact on pollinators in their community. During the first semester, students worked on public outreach projects and over 80 clients were recruited to work with us to have a pollinator garden planted on their land in the Spring. Below is a map of the pollinator gardens that were designed, revised, and planted by small teams of students. The teams worked with an advisor from the community in order to meet the unique needs of their client.