Hello BPTMN Members:
Want to increase your knowledge about pollinators? Here’s your opportunity! Register to take 5 free online classes, one each day at 9:00 AM starting Monday, November 29 to learn about pollinator conservation in urban settings.
Program: Pollinators in the City Webinar Series
Description: This free online webinar series runs daily Monday, November 29th through Friday, December 3rd at 9AM CENTRAL. Each presentation is one-hour long and will be focused on the biology and human dynamics of pollinator conservation in urban settings. Although this series is produced by The Ohio State University, information is pertinent to our urban DFW, Blackland Prairie region.
11/29 Reed Johnson, The Ohio State University,
Honey Bees in the City: Where Are They Feeding, and How Do We Know?
11/30 Gerardo Camilo, St. Louis University,
The City as a Refuge for Insect Pollinators
12/1 Mary Gardiner, The Ohio State University,
Vacant Lots as Urban Bee Habitat
12/2 Scott MacIvor, University of Toronto,
Constructed Green Infrastructure to Support Wild Bees: Does it Work?
12/3 Damon Hall, University of Missouri,
Policy Dimensions of Insect Pollinator Conservation
Time: 9:00 AM Central Time each day Nov 29 – Dec 3
Online Platform: Zoom
Logging AT: Each session is approved for 1 hour AT and should be logged as AT: BPTMN: Other Pre-Approved Training with the session title in the training description box.
Links for More Information:
Pollinators in the City website: https://u.osu.edu/certify/pollinators-in-the-city-speaker-series/
Each session will be recorded and posted on the Bee Lab website: https://u.osu.edu/beelab/courses/
BPTMN Communications Director