SAVING THE POLLINATORS ONE POLLINATOR GARDEN
AT A TIME!
Thank you, Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation for Supporting our Pollinator Pals youth education program!
Phoenix, OR - January 12th, 2023 - Pollinator Project Rogue Valley (PPRV) is the proud recipient of a $12,423 grant from the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation (CCUIF) for 2023. In addition to the grant, PPRV was named as the Martha Young Award Recipient for 2023 by the Board of Directors of the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation. Both the grant and the Martha Young award were given by Carma Mornarich, the current CCUIF Executive Director. Learn about Pollinator Pals here, and read our press release here.
We accomplished a lot this year! Click to view a pdf of our report. Thank YOU for your support and interest in our work to help bring back our native pollinators and native plants into urban areas!
The amazing Rogue Valley Pollinator Anthology is a beautiful, full-color 312 page book, a compilation of paintings, photos, sculptures, poetry, and even a song, all the work of local artists!
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!
Click here to purchase the Pollinator Anthology.
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Proceeds from the sale of the published anthology will benefit Pollinator Project Rogue Valley.
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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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.