Facing threats like habitat loss, disease, invasive species and a changing climate, Central Oregon's birds, bats, bees, butterflies and moths need your help! Creating connected corridors of pesticide-free habitat restores their ability to nest and forage across urban expanses, and increases the biodiversity and health of our wildlife and gardens.
There are many ways to get involved with Pollinator Pathway Bend. From volunteering to plant or pull weeds to creating your own pollinator garden or advocating at community events, we welcome all levels of expertise and enthusiasm.
If you build it, they will come. Creating pesticide-free habitat is the best way to support imperiled native pollinators, and we've made it easy to learn how to provide food, shelter and a safe place to thrive.
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