You still have time to learn more about pollination, or better yet the kids still have time to learn,.You just might learn something too, with this awesome event at The Putnam.

Pollination Investigation was created by Smithsonian Gardens in collaboration with the National Museum of Natural History and made available by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. It is funded in part by the Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Fun fact that I learned on The Putnam sight, "Nearly 90% of flowering plants rely on about 200,000 species of animal pollinators for fertilization." Those numbers are crazy! And you can learn even more fun facts today!

About The Event

The bilingual poster exhibition has been embellished with a selection of herbarium specimens from a major collection.

The Putnam’s Botany Collection (or herbarium) contains close to 20,000 specimens, over half of which were collected before 1900.

You can learn more, and join the pollinators with this Monarch Madness post on their Experiments and Activities page! Just click here.

This event runs all month long so you still have plenty of time to get in on the fun!

About The Putnam

The Putnam offers unique, immersive, hands-on learning experiences to both young and old in the Quad Cities. The Putnam seeks to ignite human potential and inspire the Quad Cities' diverse population. They go on to say,

We exist to preserve our region’s treasures, educate people of all ages in unique and lasting ways and connect people to each other as they experience science, history, cultures and environments throughout time and across the globe.

You can learn more about events here.


Putnam Museum and Science Center1717 West 12th Street
Davenport, Iowa 52804.

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