|A two-day conference and an additional day of workshops designed to “connect-the-dots” between research, extension and application. This meeting is for extension agents, natural resource professionals, land managers, educators, as well as pollinator enthusiasts who want to develop or enhance the pollinator programming in their area. Conference talks will be mixed with discussion sessions, allowing participants to network and identify local knowledge and education gaps.
In short, this will NOT be a conference to learn about the state of pollinator health, best practices, or new research. This will be a conference to highlight and connect agencies that have successful programs working in pollinator health. We want to understand what has been working across the state, and connect local organizations together in order to strengthen and understand the efforts in our own regions.
Early registration ends January 12.