Bee’s Wrap helps kick-start a pollinator journey for libraries

The Bee Cause Project and Bee’s Wrap would like to help you Bee A Friend to Pollinators at your library campus this summer during Pollinator Week (June 20-26).   With this program modified from school curriculums to library programming, we helped 15 libraries make small changes to improve pollinator habitats and promote even bigger changes in their communities while supporting pollinator literacy.  The program is meant to provide the tools that libraries need to (1) host an in-person educational event with activities for demonstration, (2) install pollinator-friendly habitat spaces on campus, and (3) deliver bee-themed pollinator activity kits to children and families. Collectively, these steps increased awareness of pollinators’ plight and inspired students and families to become environmental stewards. 

Our partners at Bee’s Wrap are committed to covering the world in pollinators, not plastic. Learn more about their sustainable food storage made in the USA with certified organic cotton, responsibly-sourced beeswax, certified organic plant oil, and tree resin.  Check out for more information about their amazing products and activities.  Do you want to keep track of the fun?  Well, follow us everywhere @beeswrap and @thebeecause.

What a way to engage!

Charlotte Mecklenberg Library, Charlotte, NC

Hennepin County Library, Minneapolis, MN

Denver Public Library, Denver, CO