Pollinator Day


Celebrate National Pollinator Week with us! Learn about Washington’s native pollinators and all they give us, Sunday, June 13, 10AM-3PM. Admission is FREE though tickets are required for entry. Scroll down for tickets, Pollinator Tour registrations, and to learn more!

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The Menu

Fresh off the Farm $13
Wood fired Squash, Hakurei, Snap Pea & Kale dressed with a Rhubarb & Honey Agrodolce

Add Jack Mountain Sweet Italian Sausage or Chipotle Field Roast Veggie Sausage +$3

Herbed Focaccia $3

Cookies $4
(From our friends at Grateful Bread Bakery & Cafe)
Chocolate Chip

For younger palates  $4
Sunflower Butter & Honey Sandwiches on Wheat Bread 

The Lineup

For Kids

  • Catch up with Oxbow’s Education Team, explore the bug & bee ID stations, learn how to craft your own origami seed packet, and bring some life to our pollinator coloring pages
  • Check out our Living Playground where you can discover our Dig & Fly Zones
  • Come dressed in your favorite pollinator costume (bees, butterflies, bats, beetles) and strut your stuff in the Pollinator Parade at 11am

Pollinator Tours

Join Dawn Huss, Oxbow’s Restoration Specialist, for a walking tour of Oxbow featuring our native pollinators and their role in sustainable agriculture. 10:15am and 12:15pm – only 40 spots available, register before they’re gone! 

Bat Talks

Meet Bats Northwest for a fascinating talk and Q&A on some of our favorite pollinator friends – bats! Talks at 10:30am and 1:30pm, drop-in, no registration required. 

Native Plant Nursery Tours

Drop by our Native Plant Nursery to learn about pollinator-friendly native plants.

Farm Fresh Meals

Chef Seth Fernald returns to highlight just-picked seasonal Oxbow veggies and other locally-produced food in a delicious farm lunch. For purchase 11–2PM at the outdoor kitchen.

The Farm Stand

Stop by the Farm Stand and bring home a tasty selection of fresh, certified organic produce. The Farm Stand is open every Saturday and Sunday from 10AM-4PM.


Take a self-guided walk on our network of trails and see Oxbow’s wetlands, farm fields, forests, and kid-friendly spaces!