Holiday Open House at
The Pollination Place!

Stop by, say hello, and enjoy a cookie freshly made by our friend Allie Zweig of Opa Gardens! Make a wish on our Giving Tree, drop in a ticket for our Gift Basket, or pick up some last minute seeds at our Seed Center! There is a good chance you will meet an old friend or make a new one while you are there. There is plenty of parking behind the building off of 4th St. (Please wear your mask).

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From Fire to Flowers

Our hearts go out to those who lost so much in the Almeda Fire. We are not able to help with rebuilding habitat for people, but we can help create habitat for pollinators and other wildlife. As one small gesture, we would like to gift two native pollinator plants to fire impacted community members who are missing their pollinator gardens. These native plants will not only provide a bright spot in the rebuilding process, but will also provide needed sustenance for butterflies, native bees, and other pollinators

From Fire to Flowers is an initiative to distribute free native plants, specifically selected to support pollinators, to people who lost their homes and gardens in the fire.
Click below to find out more about this unique project and how to nominate yourself - or a friend or family member. 

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Seriously? Seeds!
Their Beauty, Magic and Science

Did you miss the presentation?

Seeds are a miracle - without them life as we know it would literally not exist.

Join Pollinator Project Rogue Valley and seed whisperer Arti Kirch as she shares the everyday marvel of seeds, with all of their rich diversity of forms, shapes, and colors​. What is a seed? How do they "start"? Why are they important, and how do they turn into plants that serve people and pollinators ...... or is it we who serve the plants?

Watch the Zoom presentation on our YouTube channel here.

We invite you to join us
to help communities and landscapes work together to create and support diverse ecosystems rich with
native plants and
thriving wild pollinators.


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! 

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Get on the Buzzway!

Our Rogue Buzzway Project is mapping pollinator-friendly places to identify the pollinator corridors that run through the Rogue Valley. 

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