What You Can Do for the Pollinators
Kick off Event for upcoming National Pollinator Week. Plants, seeds, will be available to start or add to your existing Pollinator garden. Free handouts including children’s coloring books. Pollinator Week Event planning – Pollinator Count – supported by Oregon Bee Project. Local Monarch Conservation and Gold Hill Bee City education and Pollinator awareness.
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2nd Street – Main Street
Gold Hill, OR, 97525
Bee-Barbequed Farm to Table Dinner
Tumalo Garden Market Nursery is hosting a Farm to Table dinner in its beautiful 3-acre landscaped nursery in honor of the Honey Bee Health Project. With all foods for the dinner locally sourced, raised organically and Bee friendly and using honey as an ingredient if all of the courses for this dinner. This includes locally produced meads and hard ciders sweetened with honey, as well as the sauces. All of the produce and meats will be sourced from local farms that grow their vegetables and meats sustainably. Come Join us!
Tumalo Garden Market
19879 8th Street
Tumalo, OR, 97703
Join the Sauvie Island Center and our event partner Metro as we kick-of National Pollinator Week! You’ll spend the morning exploring the Sauvie Island Organics farm and learn about the important role pollinators play in our food supply and the critical challenges they face. Our pollinator curriculum, which was developed in partnership with the Xerxes Society, is the foundation for event activities including games, real scientific experiments and even a honey tasting!
13901 Howell Territorial Park
Portland, OR, 97231
Oregon Honey (& Mead!) Festival
This is a family-friendly event held in beautiful Ashland Oregon. there is live music, activities for kids, sampling of Honey, Mead, chocolate, cheeses. Internationally known entomologist and speaker, Dr. Dewey Caron headlines the speaker list and conducts the honey judging. Live music by various local artists all in the comfort of the blessedly cool, Historic Ashland Elks Lodge. Children eight and under are free with parent. Tickets at www.oregonhoneyfestival.com
8/19/2017, 10:00 AM
Ashland Elks Club, 255 East Main St.
Ashland, OR, 97520
ScienceWorks Summer Camp: The Secret Life of Bees
Did you know that honey bees will make an estimated 10 million foraging trips to make one pound of honey? This involves visiting about two million flowers, and the flight distance is equivalent to two trips around the world! Also, this honey can still be edible after thousands of years! Join Sarah Red-Laird, aka Bee Girl, June 19th – 23rd at ScienceWorks Hands-on Museum in Ashland, OR, for an adventure deep into the amazing lives of our bees. Campers will visit hives, catch and observe native bees, participate in citizen science, learn to waggle dance, taste honey from around the world, build pollinator habitat, understand how pollination fits into our food system, and learn how even the littlest bee lovers can “bee” part of the solution in helping our pollinators thrive. Register at http://scienceworksmuseum.org
6/19/2017, 9:00 AM
1500 E Main St
Ashland, OR, 97520
Lane County Beekeepers Celebrate Pollinator Week
A 4 hour event at the Eugene Science Center to share the love of pollinators. 541-344-4228
2300 Leo Harris Parkway
Eugene, OR, 97401