Join Xerces Society staff for their presentations as part of the Best Practices for Pollinators Summit. This event, co-hosted by Pollinator Friendly Alliance and Xerces Society, offers multiple sessions on how to conserve pollinators, reduce pesticides, install and manage habitat, foster soil health, select plant species for high quality restoration projects, and much more. This is a popular Midwest annual conference that attracts land stewards, policymakers, environmental and parks commissions, conservation planners, roadside managers, parks and trails managers, landscapers, educators, and community leaders.
On March 2nd from 9:15 am - 10:20 am, Sarah Foltz Jordan (Xerces Society) will present with Heather Holm about "Native Plant Powerhouses for Pollinators," emphasizing specialist bees, nesting, and more.
Also on March 2nd from 10:20 am - 11:20 am, Eric Lee-Mader will present, "Soil Health and Invertebrates: Working Below and Above Ground."
Join Karin Jokela on March 4th from 11:00 am - 11:55 am for her talk, "Evaluating Seed Mix Composition for Pollinator Habitat."
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