"The Rogue Valley Pollinator Anthology is gorgeous and impressive, and I'm so happy to be a part of it!"
~ Suzie Savoie, contributor
and Klamath Siskiyou Native Seeds, sponsor
"Dear Pollinator Anthology team -
My wife and I stopped by the exhibit at Catalyst today. So beautiful! You did a terrific job of grouping and hanging. And we enjoyed getting to see your own creations as well. Thank you!"
~ Matt Witt, contributor
"For everyone who loves butterflies, bees, hummingbirds, art, and poetry (surely that's everyone...), I urge you to get a copy of "The Rogue Valley Pollinator Anthology, " which is available through www.pollinatorprojectroguevalley.org. This 284-page book has contributions from too many great artists, photographers, and poets to name, but here's a sample: Charles Goodrich, Matt Witt, Marcy Green, Kristina Lefever, Eva Thiemann, Suzie Savoie, Dan Kaufman.... and me. "
~ Pepper Trail, contributor
"I've finished reading The Rogue Valley Pollinator Anthology - it is marvelous!
Meet Bella the Bumblebee and learn about the Rogue Buzzway. Find out more about the numerous pollinators in Oregon, including: butterflies, moths, beetles, flies, wasps, hummingbirds, over 600 species of native bees, and the European honey bee. 85% of flowering plants depend on pollination by insects or animals in order to reproduce.
This Anthology has everything: beautiful art and photography, along with educational and motivational material; even children's activities and resources.
With the help of this book, we can better care for our pollinators and their habitats."
~ Doranne Long, purchaser
Artist, Poet, Bookmaker
Fine Arts and Art Administration
Kristina Lefever / Pollinator Project Rogue Valley
Pollinator Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, envisioning communities and landscapes working together to support diverse ecosystems rich with native plants and thriving wild pollinators.
The Rogue Valley Pollinator Anthology is the second anthology conceived and created by Eden Orlando. Her first was the Oregon Wildfires Anthology which focused on the impacts of the Almeda Fire of September 2020. Published in August 2021 by Eden, hard copies are provided free to the public, Both contributors and community members alike attended an outdoor event to share, grieve, and honor each other to help process this traumatic experience in a safe, cathartic space. For a free full page preview online, click the link: https://www.blurb.com/b/10821668-oregon-wildfires-anthology