Corvallis Urban Pollinator Habitat Project
The Corvallis Urban Pollinator Habitat project demonstration garden is intended to educate the public on plants to use, and land management practices that not only protect pollinators but enhance their survival and well-being. The project will provide detailed plant lists, garden design suggestions, and advice on creating pollinator habitats. Once plants are in the ground, landowners can learn to keep them healthy without exposing pollinating insects to pesticides that are toxic to them.
Garden design and the way we manage our landscapes in the Northwest can help promote the health of bees, butterflies, and other insects and provide many other ecological benefits. Homeowners, gardeners, landscape professionals, and volunteer groups all can work to attract a wide range of pollinators to their properties and practice sustainable landscaping.
Civic Beautification and Urban Forestry (CBUF) Committee for the Parks and Recreation Department, City of Corvallis, Central Park Neighborhood Association, Friends of Parks & Recreation, Evening Gardening Club, DIG Corporation and Home Grown Gardens, Owen Dell and Associates Landscape Design, The Arts Center.
This $20,000 project is fundraising and has received $13,000 in cash and in-kind donations. Your support for the remaining $6,000 is greatly appreciated.
Ann Staley and James “Courtney” Cloyd, neighbors, lovers of nature, and long-time care takers, cheerleaders and supporters of The Arts Center.
Donate Now through Friends of Parks & Recreation
Click the above “Donate” button to make a donation. Please add a note to designate your fund to “The Arts Center Pollinator Garden.” Thank you for your generous donations!
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