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The Bee Friendly Wine Tour is for viticulturists and landscape managers at Oregon vineyards to learn the skills to enhance bee habitat on their property through hedgerows, cover cropping, conservation cover and landscaping. Tours include vineyards with active restoration projects, as well as key tours of leading restoration practitioners and seed and nursery production. Some tours have limits on attendees, so please RSVP. The Wine Grower Tours are supported by grants from the Oregon and .

Coming soon(2024)


Shrub Selection - 14 April (Friday) – 2-4 pm
, Monmouth
Learn about the top pollinator shrubs and forbs that are available at Oregon nurseries with co-owner Fred Weisensee (a self-professed unrepentant plant addict). Dancing Oaks specializes in harder to find native plants.

Vineyard Bee Habitat Restoration - 24 April (Monday) - 8:30am - 1pm
Stoller Family Estates and Abbot Claim, Dayton and Carlton
Corinne Gosnell and DJ Cook will lead this morning tour at the Stoller Family Estate. Walking through, and viewing the innovative guild orchard, and pollinator forward garden’s restoration techniques. Next we tour of Abbott Claim’s oak restoration with Heath Payne and Rebecca Sweet ().

Cover Crops and Conservation Cover - 2 May (Tuesday) – 10am - 3pm
and , Salem
We visit GoSeeds to learn about cover crops from Dr. Shannon Cappellazzi , the Director of Research at GoSeeds. In the afternoon we head to Heritage Seedings to see native plant production plots and hedgerows from Linda Boyer.

Hedgerow Management - 25 May (Thursday) – 9:30am - 4pm
, (+ an additional stop), Corvallis
We focus on bee hedgerows in Corvallis, including one of the most extensive hedgerows established and maintained by the NRCS Plant Materials Center.

Birds and Bees – A LIVE and Bee Friendly Wine Field Day - August 1 (Tuesday)
, Turner
8800 Enchanted Way SE, Turner, OR 97392
Join us to learn key strategies for establishing and maintaining pollinator habitat in/around an agricultural landscape. Led by and, we will discuss essential strategies to install and maintain pollinator habitat. Executive Director of the Cascades Raptor Center, Julie Collins, and Willamette Valley Vineyards’ own, Randy Hillyer, will lead discussion on birds of prey as an ecological measure to reduce rodent pest populations, preserving ground nesting pollinator habitat.

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