Tribal Alliance for Pollinators

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Welcome to Tribal Alliance for Pollinators

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Join Us for our Native seed processing webinar on January 27

Special Guest Speaker: David Correll, Chickasaw Cultural Center Horticultural Supervisor

Join us for the beginning of the Tribal Alliance for Pollinators 2020 Webinar Series on January 27th at 1:00 PM Central -- you won't want to miss it!

Seed Cleaning 101:  An Introduction to Seed Extraction from Native Plants for Monarch and Pollinator Habitat Restoration

This webinar will present an overview of the process, methods and necessary tools for getting your wild collected native plant seeds ready to be used for growing out native wildflowers and milkweeds in your greenhouse.  Instruction will be provided by native plant specialist David Correll, Horticultural Supervisor at the Chickasaw Cultural Center. 

Webinar will include a question and answer session for participants -- don't miss this opportunity to get all of your most puzzling seed cleaning questions answered by an expert!

The presentation will begin 1:00 pm and conclude at 2:00. Click HERE to register.   


Starting Native Seeds Workshop on February 7th



Euchee Butterfly Farm

14024 E 171st Street South

Bixby, OK   74008


This workshop will present an overview of the process of starting native plants from seed, followed by hands-on training. 

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

  • Discover how stratification is used to break seed dormancy.

  • Explore 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. 


Attendees will be able to take home native plant seeds and starter supply kits to use at their own tribal sites!

Free lunch will be served for all attendees.


Click HERE to register for this event.

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