Pollinator License Plate Voucher

Featuring two of Oregon’s most iconic bees, the managed honey bee and the wild yellow-faced bumble bee, Oregon's newest license plate is designed to showcase the unique Oregon landscape of natural areas, agricultural fields, and backyard gardens that help support the state’s over 600 species of bees. The plate design centers around a field of red clover – a majestic sight that can be seen dotting the rolling hills of Oregon’s Willamette and Grande Ronde valleys. Oregon produces over a quarter of the U.S. supply of red clover seed. Both managed and wild bees pollinate this crop. The nectar and pollen, in turn, is a key food source for bees. This same interrelationship can be seen in every corner of the state, in coastal cranberry bogs, Rogue Valley pear orchards, high desert carrot seed fields, Columbia River Gorge sweet cherries orchards and Hermiston melon fields. Purchase a Pollinator Paradise plate today and help support the bees of Oregon!