Beyond the Pollinator Garden: How to Make the Greatest Impacts for Bees and Butterflies

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Wednesday, June 17
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT

Pollinators such as bees, butterflies, moths and hummingbirds play an invaluable role in our ecosystems. Although pollinator gardens are important in protecting these species, larger-scale efforts are going to be required for pollinator conservation to be most effective and sustainable over the long-term. Join our panel of experts from the Pollinator Partnership to learn about recent developments in pollinator conservation and how to effectively implement larger-scale projects.

You’ll learn:

  • The current state of pollinator populations
  • New research and BMPs that can inform scalable on-the-ground impacts for pollinator conservation efforts
  • About Pollinator Partnership and their 20-year collaboration with WHC

Who should take this webinar:

  • Those wanting to start managing for pollinators at their facility
  • Anyone looking to take their pollinator conservation efforts to the next level
  • Anyone interested in learning about current trends and scientific knowledge in pollinator conservation

Presenters:

  • Laurie Davies Adams, Executive Director, Pollinator Partnership
  • Kelly Rourke, Director of Programs and Operations, Pollinator Partnership
  • Lora Morandin, Research and Program Director, Pollinator Partnership
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