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Pollinator Pals!

Bee a Pollinator Pal!

Our Program Provides Education and Hands On Activities Focused On Native Pollinators, Native Plants, and Our Local Ecology!

Looking for a specific lesson for your curriculum? Just want a fun activity for an hour? Planning a community event? Let's see what we can do together! 

To make this program sustainable for the long term, we invite your support with a fee of $100 per event. Depending on the activities and/or mileage, additional fees may be appropriate.

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We offer creative lesson plans with hands-on activities, locally oriented to educate and engage students about our native pollinators, native plants, and our local ecosystems. 

Click here to download our fun and educational lessons!

Intro to Pollinators: Flowers Lesson Plan

Oregon State Science Standards

  • 3rd Grade, LS1.1

  • 4th Grade, LS1.1

Students will be able to:

  • Identify the reproductive parts of a flower

  • Understand the importance of pollinators in seed production

  • Connect the concept of pollination to their favorite foods

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Adopt A Seed Lesson Plan

Oregon State Science Standards

  • 3rd Grade, LS1.1, LS3.2, LS4.3, LS1.1

  • 4th Grade, LS1.1

  • 5th Grade, LS1.1, LS2.1

Students will be able to:

  • Describe the components of a seed and their job as part of a plant

  • Understand the life cycle of a plant from seed to seed

  • Plant a native seed

  • Connect a plant’s life cycle to the seasons

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Lesson Kits are available for the Lesson Plans.


"It was great! The lesson ran smoothly, was engaging for the kids, and was well staffed with knowledgeable volunteers who also clearly had experience teaching children. I didn't feel overwhelmed with too many emails or decision-making. Yet, I felt informed and a part of the process."

~ Angelina Tejada Ingram, Bellview Elementary, Ashland

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