This spring, my bees and I experienced the closest of dangers with raging wildfires in the southern Rockies. The fire, which started as a “controlled” burn, turned quite the opposite and merged with another “controlled” burn.
One person can make change to protect pollinators and our environment.
Intern Will Inspire & Educate Future Generations
Walmart’s new commitments will help to decrease the use of pollinator-toxic pesticides on millions of acres of farmland around the world.
The return to large events, conferences, fairs, and more will be slow for many of us. The full audience will not return for a while, and conference planners, and member education leaders will have to compromise with speakers, members, venues, and vendors.
To provide education we have to continue to be open to new ways to communicate, to share, and to learn from each other. Learn to plan and implement hybrid conferences and meetings. The new normal will have to offer both on-site and online access.
The Cleveland Pollinator and Native Plant Symposium educates and inspires homeowners, garden clubs, landscape architects and designers, horticulturists, botanists, naturalists, educators, conservationists and anyone eager to learn about creating pollinator and wildlife habitats using native plants and trees to promote biodiversity and ecological resilience.
Becoming 21st Century Leaders: Women in Beekeeping & Agriculture, Oct. 24-25, 2020, will bring together (on-site and virtually online) a hive of experienced, diverse, purposeful individuals to expand the opportunities for women (and men) as keepers of the ecosystem to support the health and sustainability of honey bees, native pollinators, and beekeeping.
The Sixth Great Mass Extinction on Earth is happening right now.
Be a Part of Earth Day 2020 on April 22. Participate, Take Action, Learn, and Share in Earth Day.
The Great Pollen Nation. Bee aware. Bee proactive. Bee heroic.