Pollinator Networks

At A Glance


Beth Fried


Roslindale, Massachusetts

Primary Issue Area:

  • Environmental Health
  • Climate Change & Energy
  • Land & Water

Active since:


Tax Status:

  • Community partners creating native habitat planters in Allston, MA
  • Current Multilingual Signage
  • Join Us Sign
  • Community Garden Multilingual Sign
  • Art as Information (Icon)
  • Spanish-speaking neighbor supporting garden
  • John Powell Garden: resident foraging for berries

Our Purpose

Our purpose: Pollinator Networks is a Boston-based organization that constructs and restores habitats for bees, butterflies, birds, and other pollinators.​We combine a unique approach of community outreach, art, and education to create the foundation for sustainable change in local ecosystems. We focus on a variety of services to ensure a long-lasting impact, and sustainable change in our local ecosystem.Community sharing and education are our primary outreach focus. Pollinator gardens bring public engagement. As people pass by, notice, and spend time in our gardens, they have an opportunity to read and learn about the ways that the plants support pollinators and what they can do to help.  Our signage is in many languages invites access to our neighbors. We want to provide increased education and  access to our diverse language neighbors.