This forum combines science and policy for protecting pollinators to ensure their survival – and ours.

What one thing can we do to improve the health of our pollinators and our ecosystems here in Southern Oregon?

How can homeowners, property managers, landscapers, nurseries, and 
municipalities better protect our pollinators?  
What are neonicotinoids and how are they affecting our pollinators - and us?


Please join us for this day of insight and education, and engage with experts from
The Xerces Society, Center for Biological Diversity, Pesticide Research Institute,
Trout Unlimited,
 and others to find out the answers to these questions - and more!

 

We expect tickets to sell quickly, so register now to bee part of this unique opportunity. 
 

Follow the Protecting Pollinators forum on Facebook!
 

Download the flyer here.
Download the Speaker Schedule here.

 

Tickets: $10 advance, $15 at door
                $5 discount for Master Gardeners 

Farm-fresh lunch selections: $12
                  prepared by Fry Family Farm (optional)

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Join us at 8:30 am to network and enjoy
      coffee and snacks!

9:00 am – 4:30 pm

OSU Extension Auditorium

569 Hanley Rd

Central Point, OR

 

More information

OSU: 541-776-7371 or

Beyond Toxics: 541-465-8860

Sponsored by
Pollinator Project Rogue Valley, the Ashland Food Co-op, OSU Extension,
and Beyond Toxics

The Pollination Place 312 N. Main, Suite B
PO Box 242 *

Phoenix, OR  97535 
 

Noon to 5pm

Tuesday - Friday

* all mail to the PO Box please

© 2019 Pollinator Project Rogue Valley

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