The Pollinator Network is a communication network where community members, organizations, and community leaders can come together to share ideas, volunteer, and learn more from each other. The long-term goals of this program is to understand the current health of each environmental sector and then to develop a collective vision with accountable metrics that we can use to guide the region in conservation efforts.

We will focus community member-driven committees that advocate for a learning, action, and movement network within the following environmental sectors:

  • Food Systems
  • Air & Water Quality Management
  • Canopy & Land Management
  • Green Buildings & Practices
  • Sustainable Fashion & Products
  • Travel & Transportation

And their impact on the other environmental sectors, resilience, equity & access, effects on public health, policy recommendations, waste reduction, energy use, and educational & organizational support.


Root Local is seeking community members who are interested in engaging with one or more of the listed environmental sectors by volunteering and discussing information, opportunities, and news. Root Local is offering two volunteer positions: Committee Members and Committee Leaders.

Committee Members

Committee members are those who are interested in learning and sharing their ideas for one or more of the environmental sectors. These members will be able subscribe to an online platform where they will have access to collaborate and share ideas, join volunteer opportunities for local organizations, and join in educational sessions that promote deep discussion of that sector.

Committee Chairs

Committee chairs assist and co-lead the three methods of engagement (learning, action, movement) for one of the Pollinator Network committees. Along with Root Local’s Executive Director, Committee Chairs will promote an open, inclusive, and transparent Pollinator Network committee that strives to develop a shared vision and metrics for the metro region.


If you have already signed up and received confirmation, please go to: Access the Pollinator Network