It's simple - the more we know about the pollinators and plants that are native to this area, that are in fact essential components for our Southern Oregon ecosystem, the easier it will be for our human society to make decisions that will benefit us now and into the future.
Our Pollinator Pals program is reaching children and teens in schools and other educational community venues through creative lesson plans, curriculums, outdoor activities, and more! Gratitude to Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation for helping to fund this program in 2023!
Our Habitat Academy program offers educational programs, workshops, and acitivities for adults.
Citizen Science is ongoing in our gardens with our regular Pollinator Counts in spring, summer, and fall.
Interwoven through them all, our Growing Gardens for Pollinators program engages and educates students and volunteers in the beautiful world of native plants and the pollinators who depend on them.
We are honored to receive a grant award from the Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation in support of our Pollinator Pals program! ~January 2023