Session 1: Reducing Reliance on Pesticides Through Integrated Pest Management

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To protect pollinators, Bee Cities and Campuses are re-examining chemical-centric pest management practices and reducing pesticide use on city and campus lands. Join us for a presentation by Sharon Selvaggio, Pesticide Program Specialist at the Xerces Society, to learn about proven best practices for cities and campuses striving to reduce their reliance on pesticides. Sharon …

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Session 2: Practitioners Series – Model Integrated Pest Management Programs for Bee City and Bee Campus Affiliates

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The City of San Francisco has been a recognized leader in urban Integrated Pest Management for decades. Join Chris Geiger, PhD, of San Francisco (Manager of the Green Purchasing & IPM Programs) to learn what has made San Francisco’s IPM program one of the most recognized in the country. And from Portland Community College, meet …

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Climate Change and Land Use Change Impacts on Pollinators

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Biodiversity across the globe and throughout the tree of life is in major flux, and understanding the nature and causes of these changes is critical for developing effective conservation and management strategies. Pollinators are an especially important group to understand biodiversity change in, given the ecosystem and agricultural services that they provide, and bumblebees are a …

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Western Butterflies: History, Threats, and Possible Futures

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Join Matt Forister, Professor of Biology and Insect Ecology at the University of Nevada, as he explores data from different long term sources on western butterfly species and habitats and an overview of threats in the west. This webinar will be recorded and available on our YouTube channel. Closed Captioning will be available during this …

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