The Xerces Society’s Pesticide Program is hosting two webinars on Pesticides and Pollinators, starting during Earth Week. Webinar descriptions and links to register are below — registration is required to join. Each webinar is geared to the public, and will include time for Q&A. Please plan to join us, and forward this on to others who may be interested.
Pesticides & Pollinators: Understanding the Risk
Thursday, April 23, 1pm Eastern/10am Pacific
Join Sharon Selvaggio, Pesticide Program Specialist with the Xerces Society, for this webinar on pesticides and pollinators. Pesticides are widely used in many landscapes, but can cause harm to pollinators and other invertebrates. This webinar will include foundational information on pesticides and how they impact ecosystems. Learn how to understand and assess the risks associated with pesticide use, as well as how our regulatory systems address risk.
Pesticides & Pollinators: Threats and Solutions
Thursday, April 30, 1pm Eastern/10am Pacific
Join Emily May, Pollinator Conservation Specialist in the Pesticide Program at Xerces, for a webinar on the risks of insecticides, fungicides, and herbicides to pollinators, and strategies for building healthy landscapes for pollinators. Yards and gardens often receive more pesticides per acre than agricultural areas. What risks do pesticides pose to pollinators, and how can we address those risks in our backyards and communities?
Please contact Sarah Hoyle, email@example.com, with any registration questions.
Because of the significant change in our lives as a result of COVID-19, many of us are working from home as we ‘social distance’ and quarantine ourselves. The USPS is doing the Best that they can, but mail is being delayed because of this disruption they are experiencing as well. This means, as we have heard from many of you, that your hard copy of Bee Culture is not showing up as in the past. We have a Digital version of Bee Culture. We are making this available to you at NO COST until this situation is over. This is how you can access it and read it for FREE online. Go to www.beeculture.com and click on the “Latest Issues” tap at the top of the page.
We thank each of you as we all go through this together. Hang in there.
The Bee Culture Team.