Western Mass Pollinator Networks/Creative Thought and Action
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Peggy MacLeod, firstname.lastname@example.org The mission of Western Mass Pollinator Networks (WMPN) is to implement urban and rural pollinator plantings that increase safe habitat for pollinators. WMPN is a non-profit project formed by Peggy MacLeod and Amy Pulley in 2016 out of a concern for worldwide decline in pollinator populations due to threats such as habitat loss and widespread use of bee-killing toxic pesticides, including herbicides on public and private lands.