They're symbols to spread awareness of child abuse prevention efforts.
Pinwheels are being sold by the Child Advocacy Center of Northern New York during March and April.
In 2018, the center helped 730 children in the tri-county area.
Staff will be planting 730 pinwheels next month to represent each child.
"Pinwheels are the symbol for child abuse prevention efforts so we felt it was important this year to not only plant our won pinwheel garden but to have the community plant their own as well, to show the children that we serve that the entire community is supporting them," said Amy Quonce, program director, Child Advocacy Center.
If you're interested in buying a pinwheel, you can call the Child Advocacy Center. All donations will go to help with services it provides.