Register for the 2022 Northeast Ohio Pollinator Symposium – Winter Series

Stay warm at home and think spring with these great winter Wednesday webinars.

Register now at

January 12th – 7PM
· “Important Trees, Shrubs and Vines to Attract Beneficial Insects and Birds.”

presented by Judy Semroc, Field Biologist & Naturalist

January 26th – 7PM
· “Creating a haven for pollinators, including butterflies, bees and hummingbirds”

presented by Denise Ellsworth, Program Director of Pollinator Education, Ohio State University

February 9th – 7PM
· “Bumble bees of Ohio – the search for the rusty patched bumble bee”

presented by Dr. Randall Mitchell, Professor, Department of Biology, University of Akron

February 23rd – 7PM
· “The Value of Vacant Land as Bee Habitat”

presented by Dr. Mary Gardiner, Professor, Department of Entomology, Ohio State University

March 9th – 7PM
· “BioBlitz your Backyard”

presented by Rose Mary Burns, Linda Dole, and Carol Blake, Master Gardeners, Suzanne Westlake, Ashtabula Soil & Water Conservation District


Welcome to The Northeast Ohio Pollinator Symposium Website

The Northeast Ohio Pollinator Symposium is presented by The Ashtabula County Master Gardeners, The Ashtabula County Beekeepers Association, The Ashtabula County Soil and Water Conservation District, and Ohio State University Extension – Ashtabula County.

Live events are offered on a regular basis, and this website will provide updates on future live or in-person events. So check here for updates!

Below are recordings from our 2021 winter series and our 2020 online symposium. You can access those by using the links below, or clicking the tabs on the left side of the screen!

2021 Northeast Ohio Pollinator Symposium – Winter Series

2020 Northeast Ohio Pollinator Symposium

Make sure to look at the great links to resources under each video and at the bottom of each page!