This 6-session webinar series focuses on the ecological roles of native plants and some of the creatures that depend on them. We’ll meet virtually at 10AM EASTERN each Friday for 6 weeks from January 7th through February 11th.
All sessions are on Fridays at 10AM EASTERN and will last for approximately 60 minutes plus questions. Join live sessions or connect to webinar recordings.
1/7 Beneficial Insect Biodiversity: What It Is and Why It Matters
Mary Gardiner: author and professor, The Ohio State University
1/14 Bringing Nature Home: The Importance of Native Plants
Doug Tallamy: author and professor, The University of Delaware
1/21 Cultivating a Community of Support for Native Plants
Lisa Olsen: Wild Ones:Native Plants, Natural Landscapes
1/28 Host-plant Specialist Bees – Biology, Biodiversity, and Conserving Them in Your Backyard
Bryan Danforth: author and professor, Cornell University
2/4 Bumble Bee Banquet: Selecting Native Plants for Bumble Bees
Heather Holm: author and biologist
2/11 Native Plants in My Garden? Absolutely!
Debra Knapke: author and garden designer
Coordinated by Denise Ellsworth, OSU Department of Entomology. Questions? contact Denise at email@example.com
Register once to attend any/all sessions. The same link will allow you to join each webinar.
This event will be presented with automated closed captions. If you wish to request traditional CART services or other accommodations, please contact Denise Ellsworth at firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests made by will 12/31/21 generally allow us to provide seamless access, but the university will make every effort to meet requests made after this date.
Check back for speaker links, resources and recordings (when available).