SAVING THE POLLINATORS ONE POLLINATOR GARDEN
AT A TIME!
By Ethan Robison
Hello! My name is Ethan Robison and I am PPRV’s first AmeriCorps member. With the official title of “Pollinator Education and Outreach Specialist” comes a wide range of responsibilities and some exciting prospects .... click here to read more about Ethan on our blog.
Pick Up A Garden Guide!
We are thrilled with the success of the native plants growing in our pollinator garden in front of our office in downtown Phoenix! Click here to learn more about this garden and watch a few videos about some of the native plants we have highlighted.
Our hot-off-the-press Garden Guide is now available for your self-guided tour. The Guide explains the 31 plant species growing in the garden and provides information about the pollinators they support.
You are invited to visit often to see how the garden changes with the seasons, and of course we are always looking for volunteers!
This Garden Guide would not have been possible without the dedication of our awesome Pollinteer, Pete Gonzalves, who contributed many hours of research in addition to his expertise.
These Guides are available for sale - see our Gift Center for more information!
Get on the Buzzway!
Our Rogue Buzzway Project is mapping pollinator-friendly places to identify the pollinator corridors that run through the Rogue Valley.
Thank you everyone who visited the Pollinator Anthology gallery show at Catalyst Ashland Gallery in May and June! What an incredible show of just some of the paintings, photos, sculptures, poetry, and even a song, that are part of the 300 page Pollinator Anthology publication!
We so enjoyed meeting the contributors, learning about the stories behind the art, and how this show has been meaningful to them.
The Pollinator Anthology publication is more than a beautiful art book!
With articles and facts about each of the pollinators and their role in our local ecology,
plus children's activities, resources, and more,
this 8x10 300-page book is educational too -
we want everyone to have one!
Purchase YOUR Pollinator Anthology at:
our office at 312 N. Main St. Suite B, Phoenix
Catalyst Ashland, 357 E. Main St., Ashland
Old World Artifacts, 287 Fourth St., Ashland
Other venues to be announced
Or, order online to be shipped to your address!
And don't forget the sticker!
Click here to view our photo albums, from the
wonderful opening on May's First Friday at the Catalyst Ashland Gallery, the second First Friday in June, to our Celebration and Publishing Events on June 18 and June 25! Great art and great people!
These sponsor organizations and businesses are part of the legacy of raising awareness about pollinators and their critical role for the native ecology in the Rogue Valley!
Please share this wonderful project!
Proceeds from the sale of the published anthology will benefit Pollinator Project Rogue Valley.
Enjoy this sneak peek of the Pollinator Anthology!
We are honored to be part of this amazing project created by our friends, Eden and Rebeca. And even more honored to have been selected as the recipient of this beautiful vision for the community.
~ Kristina, Pat, Cecile, and Arti
Native Plant Sale for the Pollinators - Fall 2022
Sunday, October 9, 2022
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Save the Date for our annual Fall Native Plant Sale for the Pollinators! With six vendors - Klamath Siskiyou Native Seeds, Jackson County Master Gardeners, Klamath Native Plant Nursery, Dry Earth Nursery, and White Oak Farm (new!) (replacing The Freshwater Trust) - along with Pollinator Project Rogue Valley, there will be plenty of plants for everyone! More information on Facebook and Eventbrite.
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our mostly-monthly e-newsletter!
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Thanks for you support!
Available at our office,
312 N. Main St., Suite B, Phoenix, OR
Rogue Valley Farm Tour
July 18, 2021
The Rogue Valley Farm Tour, a free, family-friendly event, brings people directly to the farmers, land, and animals that produce our delicious local foods. PPRV was excited to table with our friends at Oshala Farm, along with Our Family Farms. We were thrilled that farm tour participants had the opportunity to learn about pollinators with our fun and colorful Pollinator Activity Sheet.