Join Us for the Upcoming Pollinator Week Panel & Happy Hour: Ask Us Anything about Pollinators

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June 8, 2021

Get ready for Pollinator Week: June 21st-27th! This whole week is dedicated to recognizing the unseen heroes of our world—bees, flies, butterflies, beetles, and other insects—and the people who work to protect them. Now is a great time to reaffirm your commitment to conserving these vital invertebrates and here are some tangible ways to help: become a community scientist, sign the Pollinator Protection Pledge, join us for an event, or plant a pollinator garden. We have all the resources you need to get involved at
Pollinator Week Panel & Happy Hour: Ask Us Anything about Pollinators

Celebrate Pollinator Week by joining in a fun and informative happy hour Q&A with a panel of Xerces Society pollinator conservation experts! For 50 years, the Xerces Society has worked to protect and conserve pollinators and their habitats. Our amazing staff are national leaders getting science-based guidance for pollinator conservation into the hands of farmers, ranchers, gardeners, and other land managers. During this Q&A, participants will have the opportunity to directly ask staff about anything and everything related to pollinator conservation, native habitat restoration, pesticide use and impacts, climate change resilience, grazing management, and more. We’ll also be distributing door prizes such as Xerces Society books, habitat signs, and more to attendees throughout the hour! Closed Captioning will be available during this webinar.

June 23rd; 5pm PDT / 6pm MDT / 7pm CDT / 8pm EDT.  Register Now

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Pollinator Conservation Program Digest – June 2021

In this month’s update from our pollinator conservation team, Kelly Gill reports on the successful distribution of habitat kits across a nine-state region of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, and Sarah Foltz Jordan describes a multi-farm project to expand pollinator habitat in Wisconsin. Read More

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