Pollinator Friendly Alliance provides educational talks on pollinator conservation, and tabling for events. The Pollinator Park at Laurel & Owens, Stillwater, serves as a habitat learning area. Watch for PFA's annual People for Pollinators Summit. This comprehensive summit is geared towards important pollinator topics and best practices. Contact us to receive updates or schedule a talk.
With the help of sponsors and volunteers, the Pollinator Friendly Alliance continues the good work of creating pollinator friendly communities. PFA helps businesses, cities, counties and agencies to implement pollinator protection resolutions, integrated pest management programs and best practices for pollinators.
Let’s put an end to chemically treated turf! We call them "food deserts". PFA helps individuals, businesses and communities install lawns instead which provide forage for pollinators, look beautiful, and dispense with toxic chemical treatments. Find more info here.
PFA’s annual music & art festival. Quickly making a name for itself as the coolest pollinator party on earth, PFA is out to save pollinators by putting on the best party around. Promoting the power of grassroots action. Get ready for a fantastic lineup of bands, beer, food trucks, bee science, art, performance and activities. Follow us on facebook to get updates
PFA works with expert partners and leaders on pollinator conservation legislation, increasing habitat, reducing pesticides and implementing best practices through advocacy, awareness, legislation, integrated pest management programs and pollinator protection resolutions.
Working with volunteers and partners, PFA has created pollinator demonstration gardens at Ramsey Grove Park, Northland Park, Triangle Park and the Pollinator Park at Laurel & Owens. The Pollinator Park is available for educational programs to conservation groups with four habitat formats: restored slope, short native prairie, flowering pollinator garden, and bee lawn. Sign up for email updates for habitat programs.