Donate to our Pollinator Sanctuary Garden

For over 26 years, we have tended to our pollinator sanctuary gardens, creating a safe, diverse, and magical place for ruby-throated hummingbirds, native bees and butterflies, honeybees, wasps, bats, and over 60 different species of birds including various warblers (whose numbers are decreasing). 

Pollinators are generous and teach humans about reciprocity. They are also extremely vulnerable to climate changes and need safe sanctuaries everywhere, especially along their migration corridors.

Your donation is an act of reciprocity, a gesture of respect and gratitude toward the more-than-human world that ensures the continuation of the web of life.

We in turn will continue to educate folks about pollinators, caring for soil in non-toxic ways, growing a diversity of flowering plants, and saving and sharing seeds with other gardeners.