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 Pollinators

Register now for our Growing milkweed webinar on March 3

Special Guest Speaker: Dr. Chip Taylor, Founder and Director of Monarch Watch

Please join us for the next installment of the Tribal Alliance for Pollinators 2020 Webinar Series on March 3rd at 11:00 AM Central -- you won't want to miss it!

Our distinguished speaker will be Dr. Chip Taylor, the founder and director of Monarch Watch, giving a presentation on our number one most requested topic for TAP: 

Growing Milkweed for Monarch Conservation

As milkweed, the sole host plant for monarch butterflies, has diminished across the landscape, so have population numbers for the iconic butterfly.  A broad scale effort involving many partners is needed to restore this habitat across North America to support monarchs and other wildlife.  A key step in this process is increasing the availability of native milkweed plant materials, including seeds and plugs. In this webinar you will learn about regional native milkweed plant material needs, seed collection, processing, storage, stratification, germination, transplantation to plug cell, growing out, control of pests with biological control methods, site preparation, planting, watering and monitoring to determine survival rates.  From backyard gardeners to large scale native plant producers, everyone has a role to play in supporting monarch habitat across North America. 

The presentation will begin 11:00 am and conclude at 12:00. Click HERE to register.   


Save the date! next Tap conference on April 3



Euchee Butterfly Farm

14024 E 171st Street South

Bixby, OK   74008

Tribal Alliance for Pollinators hosts native plant restoration conferences that are free to attend.


Registration will open soon for our next conference at the Euchee Butterfly Farm in Bixby, Oklahoma, on April 3: 

  • Learn how to get started producing native plants, plus get tips from the experts on how to maximize your success as a beginner.
  • 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.
  • Find out why restoring your tribal land is so important in the fight to save monarchs and other pollinators from extinction. 


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 be notified when registration for this event is open.

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