The Pollinator Partnership’s mission is to catalyze stewardship of biodiversity. Since its inception in 1997 as a 501(c)3 organization, the P2, previously known as the Coevolution Institute (CoE), has established itself as an innovator in biodiversity protection. P2’s major focus is on the conservation of pollinators: bees, butterflies and many other nectar and pollen eating insects, bats and birds. P2 manages the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC), which is a group of 120 partners throughout North America including government agencies, scientists, gardeners, farmers and ranchers, and many more. P2 works collaboratively to achieve its objectives by promoting the adoption of wide spread stewardship practices on working lands by government agencies, businesses, organizations, institutions and individuals.