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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.

Payment accepted via check or credit card.


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to tell us how we can provide a fun and educational lesson or activity for

your students! 

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.

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"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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