Thank you to these Sponsors
for helping us to keep the Buzzway buzzin'!
The best way to help pollinators and other insects survive and thrive is by growing pesticide-free gardens and landscapes full of native trees, shrubs, and flowering plants that provide food
and habitat year round. And, planting contiguous pollinator landscapes as much as possible - a Buzzway!
Help us put more pollinator landscapes on the Map!
Click ‘Buzzway’ to submit your information.
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This is a continuously updated map depicting self-reported pollinator-friendly habitats in Jackson County, Oregon. Addresses are not shown for private spaces (red) to protect the privacy of the residents.
Zoom in using the + button.
Move the map by clicking and dragging.
Click the double arrows at the upper left to see the Legend.
Click View Larger Map in the lower left corner to see a full screen map.
Please email Roguebuzzway@gmail.com with any corrections to the information on the map.
SOU student, 2020
Much gratitude to Dr. Jamie Tramell and his Geographic Information Systems (GIS) students at Southern Oregon University for their work to develop the Rogue Buzzway.
Many thanks to Jarrett Taylor and Seth Campbell,
who expanded the city maps for their 2019 capstone project!
Special recognition to Ollie Bucolo for his vision in helping us create the first Buzzway map in 2017!
Jarrett Taylor, SOU student, with his Buzzway maps poster at the First Annual PNW Pollinator Conference in Corvallis
Jarrett and Kristina Lefever
Dr. Jamie Trammel, PhD
Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Policy
Southern Oregon University
President, Pollinator Project Rogue Valley
Jarrett Taylor and Seth Campbell
SOU Students - 2019
Ollie Bucolo and our first map!
These maps were generated by
Jarrett Taylor and Seth Campbell as
SOU GIS students in 2018 and 2019.
The Rogue Buzzway was their Capstone project! Click here to see their presentation.
Rogue Valley February 2019
Ashland February 2019
Talent February 2019
Phoenix February 2019
Jacksonville February 2019