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A pollinator is an animal the moves pollen from one flower to another flower of the same species, fertilizing the plant. For many plants, this animal pollination is required for the plant to produce fruit and seeds, and thus reproduce. Nearly 80 percent of crops grown worldwide require animal pollination.
The Garden recently hosted a three-day conference with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to operationalize the partnership, discuss roles and priorities and develop short-term and long-term goals.