Welcome to the Rotary eClub of District 5960!

Rotary supports many different areas of focus, which tend to work together well. We focus on supporting education, providing clean water, promoting peace, saving mothers and children, growing local economies, and fighting disease.

In today’s eClub meeeting, we will again focus on saving pollinators. Go back to Meeting #3 to learn more about our collaborative efforts with the National Park Service, the US Forest Service, and the US Fish and Wildlife Service – attempting to get Rotarians all over the world to sign the pollinator pledge, make pollinator habitat restoration and creation a priority, and educating others about this critical issue facing the world.

Rotary District 5960, under the leadership of Governor Marlene Gargulak, has joined with the National Park Service, US Forest Service, and US Fish and Wildlife Service to use the influence of Rotary to educate communities about the issues facing pollinators and the support of Rotarians to make a difference in the fight to save them.

In the video below, you’ll meet Rob Davis from Fresh Energy and member of the Rotary eClub of District 5960.  Rob will be presenting – A Ray of Hope for Bees. He will also speak to us about creating pollinator habitats around solar panels.

Please watch the video below to complete your Rotary meeting or makeup.

District 5960 has been asked to support this important project by signing the Pollinator Pledge and by each club finding ways to support a sustainable Pollinator habitat in their community.

Possibilities include:

  • Planting a Pollinator Garden
  • Harvesting Milkweed Seeds for distribution
  • Educational Program about Pollinators


Sign the Pollinator Pledge

At the end of the video, use the contact form to tell us that you completed the video presentation and 3 things you took away from it.