Plant Pollinator for the Calder Center

This campaign ended on December 31, 2017, but you can still make a gift to Fordham University by clicking here!

Help us with a major conservation effort at the Louis Calder Center, Fordham’s biological field station in Armonk.  

Our goal is to grow a native plant pollinator garden outside of the historic Calder Hall that will attract bees and butterflies, providing food for migrating Monarchs and local insects, habitat for birds and small mammals, and research/educational opportunities for undergrad and graduate students.  

The garden will link to a planned woodland phenology trail where time in the forest can be used to help us track the effects of climate change on plants and trees.  

This work will be the start of a long-term monitoring effort and will support the Calder Center's mission of "making new scientists."

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The Class Leaderboard reflects giving from Alumni, Students, Parents
Class YearDonorsDollars
2021 1$500
2014 2$120
1996 1$100
2008 3$75
2013 1$50
1998 2$50
2016 1$50
2018 2$35
2017 1$25
1987 1$25
1997 1$25


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