Best Practices for Pollinators Summit

Online

Join the Pollinator Friendly Alliance and Xerces Society for this three-day online event with a wealth of presenters and topics. Participants will learn ecologically sound land stewardship practices that promote pollinators, climate resilience, clean water and lands. Summit topics provide practical knowledge and innovation on pesticide reduction, habitat installation, soil health and more. Click here for …

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Best Practices for Pollinators Summit

Online

Join the Pollinator Friendly Alliance and Xerces Society for this three-day online event with a wealth of presenters and topics. Participants will learn ecologically sound land stewardship practices that promote pollinators, climate resilience, clean water and lands. Summit topics provide practical knowledge and innovation on pesticide reduction, habitat installation, soil health and more. Click here for …

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$30

Best Practices for Pollinators Summit

Online

Join the Pollinator Friendly Alliance and Xerces Society for this three-day online event with a wealth of presenters and topics. Participants will learn ecologically sound land stewardship practices that promote pollinators, climate resilience, clean water and lands. Summit topics provide practical knowledge and innovation on pesticide reduction, habitat installation, soil health and more. Click here for …

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$30

How Everyone Can Contribute to Pollinator Conservation

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Join Maddy Kangas, Monarch Butterfly Conservation Planner with the Xerces Society, for this webinar hosted by the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History. Maddy will discuss the status of pollinators, including monarch butterflies, and need for conservation action; monarch biology and habitat requirements; land management practices to protect pollinators; examples of pollinator habitat projects; and …

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Planting for Pollinators – Addressing the Very Real and Hidden Risks of Systemic Pesticide Contamination

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Are your pollinator-friendly plants pesticide-free?  Studies are showing that too many landscape plants and trees are pre-treated well before sale with long lasting pesticides, including both insecticides and fungicides.  We don't want to betray the pollinators we are working to save by luring them to flowers that potentially can cause them harm. Learn how to ask …

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How to host a free film screening: My Garden of a Thousand Bees

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Join Bee City USA and HHMI Tangled Bank Studios to learn how Bee City USA and Bee Campus USA affiliates can host a free film screening of My Garden of a Thousand Bees in their communities. Includes a free promotional toolkit. This webinar will be recorded and available to affiliates. Closed Captioning will be available …

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Climate Change and Biodiversity: A Critical Nexus for Conservation

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Addressing climate change and protecting biodiversity go hand-in-hand. In this webinar Angela Laws, Endangered Species Conservation Biologist and Climate Change Lead for Xerces will talk about the many linkages between climate change and biodiversity. We will learn about some of the many ways that pollinators may be affected by climate change. We’ll discuss Xerces’ approach …

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What Bee is That? An Introduction to Commonly Encountered Bees of the US

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By May, spring will have arrived across the US and with it, many bees will be emerging and seeking out places to forage and nest -- and you might be surprised at how many different species can be found in gardens, parks, and other green spaces across our neighborhoods and hometowns. Matthew Shepherd, Director of …

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Imperiled Butterflies in the Intermountain West: Biology and conservation strategies for the Four Corners States

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Recent research on western butterflies has highlighted the influences of climate change, pesticides, and other stressors in the decline of many butterfly species across our western landscapes. These declines are not limited to species with small ranges, but also include widespread species like the west coast lady (Vanessa annabella), ruddy copper (Tharsalea rubidus), and others. …

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