Pollinator Habitat 101: An Introduction and Refresher
Join us for this free weekly webinar series on Fridays at 10AM EASTERN
October 14th through November 11th
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You do not need to register to have access to the recordings, but if you register you will receive notice when recordings are ready to view.
10/14: Doug Tallamy, University of Delaware
Pollinators’ Best Hope: A New Approach to Pollinator Habitat That Starts in Your Yard
10/21: Harland Patch, Penn State University
Creating Pollinator Gardens: the Role of Plant Choice and Design
10/28: Heather Holm, Author and Biologist
Creating and Managing Habitat for Native Bees
11/4: Matthew Shepherd, The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation
Deciding To Create A Pollinator Garden Is The Easy Step — What To Do Next?
11/11: Shana Byrd, The Dawes Arboretum
Getting Started with Wildflower Patches, Flower Strips, and Meadows
Each session will last approximately 60 minutes plus questions.
Instructors: Jenan El-Hifnawi and Sam Droege
Ask A Bumble Bee is a survey exploring which flowers bumble bees visit and which they don’t. Anyone with a smartphone can participate, even if you don’t know your bee IDs or floral IDs. No bee collecting involved.
Jamie Strange, Tamara Smith, Randy Mitchell, Karen Goodell, Lincoln Best, Hollis Woodard, Jenan El-Hifnawi and Sam Droege
Seed Sharing and Seed Law with David Francis, The Ohio State University Department of Horticulture
Mary Gardiner, Doug Tallamy, Lisa Olsen, Bryan Danforth, Heather Holm and Debra Knapke
Reed Johnson, Gerardo Camilo, Mary Gardiner, Scott MacIvor and Damon Hall
Jamie Strange, Randy Mitchell, Olivia Carril, Heather Holm, Sam Droege, Mary Gardiner and Matthew Shepherd
Doug Tallamy, Heather Holm, Bryan Danforth, Olivia Carril and Mary Gardiner
Doug Tallamy, Marne Titchenell, Debra Knapke and Rick Darke
Jamie Strange, Heather Holm, Olivia Carril, Jennifer Thieme and Doug Tallamy