Washington, DC

Photo from Mass. Ave by Nora

From DOEE:

“On Monday, April 22, the Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE), Department of Public Works (DPW), and Mayor’s Office of the Clean City will be giving out pollinator seeds at 14 Metro stations across the District. 2019’s theme is “Bee the Change,” to represent the strength of our #DCValues to protect the future against the changing climate. Learn more about native pollinators and their importance to District Wildlife at doee.dc.gov/pollinators. Native flowers are not only beautiful, they provide critical habitat for DC’s diverse pollinator wildlife, and this year’s batch of seeds is meant to highlight the importance of pollinators like bees and other insects to the health of the District’s natural ecosystem.

WHEN: Monday, April 22 from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.


1. Anacostia (Green)

2. Brookland-CUA (Red)

3. Columbia Heights (Green, Yellow)

4. Dupont Circle (Red)

5. Eastern Market (Orange, Blue, Silver)

6. Georgia Ave-Petworth (Green, Yellow)

7. Minnesota Ave (Orange)

8. NoMa-Gallaudet U (Red)

9. Potomac Ave (Orange, Blue, Silver)

10. Rhode Island Ave (Red)

11. Shaw-Howard U (Green, Yellow)

12. Takoma (Red)

13. Waterfront (Green)

14. Woodley Park (Red)”


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