Register here to participate in the Trick or Treat Native Seed Swap!
This event is co-hosted by PPAN, Front Range Wild Ones, Wildlands Restoration Volunteers, Colorado Native Plant Society, and Nature in the City. Preregistration and masks required. Costumes encouraged!
This event is free and all are welcome. You do not need to provide seeds to participate in the swap! If you have access to native seeds, please put clean seeds in separate containers (a paper bag, envelope, or glass jar; one species per container) and label each container with as much information as you can (Genus and species and/or common name, location collected/approximate elevation) and date collected.
In order to streamline this event and minimize physical contact, we would like to receive your pre-packaged seeds prior to the event, if possible.
Email us at [masked] to drop off native seed donations. This is a native (Colorado and regional) seed swap. Please no vegetable, herb, or non-native annual/perennial seeds.
Masks and social distancing required.
The 5th Annual Colorado Pollinator Summit will be held on Thursday, November 5th, 2020. This year we are welcoming internationally, nationally and regionally recognized pollinator experts to present and discuss the best way forward in pollinator conservation. As we find ourselves in unprecedented times, we have all learned to adapt to the challenges these times bring, and so too must we adapt to the challenges of pollinator conservation. Through this summit, a broad audience will come together from researchers, educators, land managers and policy experts to community organizers, homeowners and landowners to 1) explore the state of pollinator conservation in Colorado; 2) identify impediments to conservation action across disciplines; and 3) identify strategies to overcome the challenges of pollinator conservation here in Colorado and beyond. This year we are adopting an online format for everyone’s convenience and safety. We hope you’ll join us!
Registration is required and costs $20 https://butterflies.org/copollinatornetwork/
Colorado Pollinator Network was established in 2016 with a mission to bring organizations together to work collaboratively to conserve, protect and create pollinator habitat while educating communities across the state of Colorado to protect our pollinators. The Network allows for organizations and individuals throughout Colorado to collaborate to make a positive impact on the health of our state pollinators. This group shares information about the best practices, resources and knowledge to support education initiatives, conservation, restoration and creation of habitat and research on pollinators in the state.
Register Here: https://butterflies.org/copollinatornetwork/