Pollinators #Time4TheTalk

Through our #Time4theTalk campaign, ISF aims to educate on how important pollinators are to all life which thrives on planet Earth. There are many different ways people can do their part to keep our pollinators flying around!  To start we encourage people to reduce chemicals in landscaping, plant native plants that help provide vital food sources and habitat for pollinators, and learn more about the pollinators in their backyard.  Buzz into our #Time4theTalk campaign to learn more.


The Monarch butterfly is simply an amazing creature that survives by migrating and hibernating each year.  They are the only insect that survives by making a 2500 mile journey every year, in order to survive...

An Incredible Journey: The Monarch Butterfly Migration

After dark, moths and bats takeover the pollinator night shift.  Over 300 types of fruit including mangoes, bananas and guavas depend on bats for pollination as well as the Agave plant which is used to make tequila...

#Time4TheTalk: The Night Shift Bats and Moths

According to the Reuters news agency, 30 percent of American bee hives and 20% in some European countries have been affected by Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD)1, a mysterious disorder where there is a low number of adult honey-bees, if any, present in the bee hive with a live queen.

#Time4TheTalk: The Bee Crisis

Summer is right around the corner and everyday it becomes more and more apparent… birds and bees you didn’t notice even a few weeks ago are suddenly happily chirping and flying around beautifully colored flowers with renewed joy and interest…

It's That Time of Year Again...#Time4TheTalk