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Pollinator Pathway


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Valley View Habitat Club

Habitat restoration has had a rich tradition at Valley View Middle School for over 20 years. During this time, large areas of Himalayan Blackberries have been removed and replaced with a variety of native trees, shrubs and ground covers. As part of this process, students learn about the importance of high biodiversity in a healthy, balanced ecosystem. We are thrilled to be part of the NW pollinator pathway as a means to improve habitat for local wildlife. 

Valley View Middle School, Snohomish, WA 98296

Everyone in Washington is welcome to join the Pollinator Pathway NW. We are initially focusing our efforts in the Sammamish Valley region but hope to  include all of Washington, other states in the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia as we move forward with habitat creation.

Take the pledge to maintain a healthy, natural landscape and make your garden a pollinator habitat. Stop by 21 Acres and buy a yard sign that proclaims your commitment to our pollinators!

The Pollinator Pathway Pledge:

  • Grow a variety of pollinator friendly plants that bloom from Spring through Fall.

  • Plant native flowering trees, shrubs and wildflowers.

  • Avoid using chemicals, especially insecticides and herbicides.

  • Talk to my neighbors about the importance of pollinators and their habitats.

Click here to add your garden or project to the Pollinator Pathway NW.


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