The Great Sunflower Project - English
Clip: Season 37 Episode 15 | 1m 19s
In 2008, we started this project as a way to identify where pollinators are doing well and where they are not. We also aim to give people like you the tools to learn about what is happening with the pollinators in the places they care about. While we love to get data from our namesake species, Lemon Queen Sunflowers, you can participate by watching any plant.
Aired: 05/01/19Video has closed captioning.
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