Gardeners, farmers, and bee-enthusiasts are invited to join us for this informative webinar.

When July 8, 2020, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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At the Pollinator Series: Bumble Bee Biology and Management for Pollination live webinar, gardeners, farmers, and bee-enthusiasts alike will benefit from learning more about the bumble bee life cycle and why they're so important to our ecosystems.

Bumble bees are well-known for their fuzzy appearance and charismatic buzzing as they fly from flower to flower, but did you know these characteristics are part of the reason they're such great pollinators? This webinar will provide recommendations for landscape management to support these pollinators and discuss the commercial bumble bee industry. Whether a farmer or gardener, crop pollinators such as honeybees and native wild bees are important components to our managed and natural landscapes.

Pollinator Series

This and other webinars in the Pollinator Series seek to increase awareness of issues surrounding pollinator health, management, and pollinator habitat. Each webinar will target a variety of stakeholders, including the general public, homeowners, scientists, conservation groups, beekeepers, and growers.

Office for Research and Graduate Education

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217 Agricultural Administration Building
University Park, PA 16802-2600

Office for Research and Graduate Education

Address

217 Agricultural Administration Building
University Park, PA 16802-2600