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We inspire and empower people of all ages to build and expand connected native plant habitat supporting diverse wild pollinating species, especially threatened species, in yards, neighborhoods, and public spaces across Weston and beyond. 


We collaborate with homeowners, schools, neighboring communities, local organizations, and the Town of Weston to protect native pollination systems critical to sustaining biodiversity, mitigating climate change, and maintaining the health of our natural ecosystems.



The WPPA logo, designed by Weston artist Susan Link, symbolizes the multi-dimensional interactions between native plants and pollinators that make up diverse local ecosystems. Susan's design combines butterfly wings, a bumble bee abdomen, and a plant leaf, representing the interconnectedness of a pollinator system.

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