Individuals and Organizations across Mahoning Valley are joining in the effort to preserve essential pollinators and their habitat by taking the Operation Pollination Pledge.  

Pledge Partners include:

Elayne and Lawrence Bozick - backyard waystation in Lowellville
Amber Farris - adding 20+ milkweed plants in addition to existing blooming perennials in Youngstown 
Aimee Fifarek and Jason Boland - backyard waystation in Canfield
Sydney Lewis - has committed to promoting the importance of gardening and pollination to ecosystem health through her studies as a biology (pre-Health) major at YSU.
Livi Steel, Inc. - commits to be more reduce, reuse, and recycle in their operations and to rethink actions that may contribute to ecological harm.
The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County - adding pollinator plants to library landscaping, distributing seeds, and offering resources and all-ages programming to teach the community about the lifecycle of pollinators, the plants on which they feed, and the soil in which they grow.
Rebel Rescue Ohio - 8.5 acre pollinator ecosystem including feral apple trees in Berlin Center
The Rotary Club of Struthers - spearheaded the 3,000 sq ft of waystation spaces at 7 locations across Struthers, with 4 more planned, and was designated a Tree City, USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. 
The Rotary Club of Warren - Create and steward a pollinator way station on the Animal Welfare League property in Vienna, Ohio, continue to nurture pollinator stewardship, and to support Operation Pollination efforts.
The Rotary Club of Youngstown - to provide budgetary support to ongoing Operation Pollination efforts and as an ongoing service project in Youngstown, Rotary District 6650, and across Ohio.
Wild Ones Youngstown Area Chapter - to plant native and pollinator-friendly plants on their .33 acres and to support Operation Pollination activities in their work.