Tribal Alliance for Pollinators

Welcome to Tribal Alliance for Pollinators

Welcome to Tribal Alliance for Pollinators

Welcome to Tribal Alliance for PollinatorsWelcome to Tribal Alliance for PollinatorsWelcome to Tribal Alliance for Pollinators
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Don't miss the next tap conference!

Learn From Technical Experts in the Field

Tribal Alliance for Pollinators host native plant training events that are free to attend.   Registration is now open for our next workshop at the Euchee Butterfly Farm in Bixby, Oklahoma:

 

  • Learn how to get started producing native plants, plus get tips from the experts on how to maximize your success as a beginner.


  • Find out how (and why) native plant seeds need to go into a cold, moist stratification process before germinating. 


  • Discover programs from NRCS, TAP and other organizations that can help you with equipment, supplies and technical support.


  • Get to know the different low-cost options for setting up a hoop house, greenhouse or high tunnel structure.


  • Hands-on training with the experts.  Experienced pros will guide you as you get hands-on practice with putting seeds into stratification, setting up germination trays and transplanting seedlings. 


Registration for this event is FREE and travel scholarships are available to help you with the cost attending.  To apply for a travel scholarship, please email Collin Spriggs, TAP Program Manager, at collin@tribesformonarchs.org  

Registration Is Now Open.

Registration is FREE, but space is limited.  Don't miss your opportunity to learn from experts how to restore native plants to your tribal lands!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who should attend?   Tribal staff from all departments who are interested in supporting threatened pollinators and cultural traditions through the restoration of native plants back to tribal lands. 


I'm a tribal member but not employed by my tribe.  Am I still eligible to attend?   Yes.  We welcome all tribal members who are interested in helping to restore the land!


Is there any cost to register for the conference?   No.  Workshop costs are being funded through the generous support of the USDA, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.


Are travel scholarships available?   Yes!  Please contact collin@tribesformonarchs.org for more information.

Location Information

Euchee Butterfly Farm

14024 East 171st Street South

Bixby, OK  74008