Best Practices for Pollinators in the Real World – St. Paul, MN
March 9th, 2017
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
St. Paul, MN
Governor Dayton’s 2016 Executive Order to restore pollinator health will affect local, county and state land management practices. Best Practices for Pollinators in the Real World: Summit for Minnesota Counties, Municipalities, Leaders will provide resources and innovative ideas for leaders in developing best practices. Xerces Society’s Sarah Foltz Jordan will be presenting on the resource concerns of Minnesota pollinators, including a spotlight on two at-risk species – the rusty patched bumble bee and the monarch butterfly. Other talks will focus on pesticide impacts, restoration strategies, integrated pest management, invasive weed control, and ecological function of native plants, and more. This workshop is filling up fast!
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Tags: Pollinator Conservation