Pollinator Projects

Northwest Pollinator Projects

The Oregon Prairie Pollinator Project is an endeavor to map pollination networks: the linkages that describe the interdependence between the entire suite of flowering plants and all of the associated insect visitors at a given prairie site. The overall study includes more than a dozen sites in the Willamette Valley, and the Cascadian prairies of Washington. Ultimately, we will use project data to better understand how plant-pollinator networks respond to restoration efforts. IAE is collaborating with Quamash EcoResearch with support from the Army Corps of Engineers and Bureau of Land Management on this project.

Southwest Pollinator Projects


Salinas Interpretive Pollinator Sign “If You Build It, They Will Come”
Salinas Interpretive Pollinator SIgn “What’s the Buzz”