CSI Bees: Seattle! at Magnuson Community Center
Jul
25
1:00pm 1:00pm

CSI Bees: Seattle! at Magnuson Community Center

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Join Elias Bloom and Rachel Olsson, pollinator entomologists, and Emily Bishton, a local garden education expert, to investigate bees, flies, wasps and butterflies, and explore the relationship between plants and pollinators. You will receive hands-on tools to record, measure and track your pollinator observations over time. Learners of all ages can become part of a group of citizen scientists, monitoring pollinator communities, and conserving them through science-based action!

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CSI Bees: Seattle! at Bitter Lake Community Center
Jul
25
10:00am10:00am

CSI Bees: Seattle! at Bitter Lake Community Center

Join Elias Bloom and Rachel Olsson, pollinator entomologists, and Emily Bishton, a local garden education expert, to investigate bees, flies, wasps and butterflies, and explore the relationship between plants and pollinators. You will receive hands-on tools to record, measure and track your pollinator observations over time. Learners of all ages can become part of a group of citizen scientists, monitoring pollinator communities, and conserving them through science-based action!

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CSI Bees: Seattle! at Meadowbrook Community Center
Jul
18
11:00am11:00am

CSI Bees: Seattle! at Meadowbrook Community Center

Join Elias Bloom and Rachel Olsson, pollinator entomologists, and Emily Bishton, a local garden education expert, to investigate bees, flies, wasps and butterflies, and explore the relationship between plants and pollinators. You will receive hands-on tools to record, measure and track your pollinator observations over time. Learners of all ages can become part of a group of citizen scientists, monitoring pollinator communities, and conserving them through science-based action!

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Mar
10
8:00am 8:00am

Promoting Native Bees Webinar

The webinar will cover the importance of native bee pollinators in organic farming systems, particularly diversified systems that produce many crops per year. We will first discuss the diversity of native bees in farming systems, and the roles they may play in supplementing (or replacing) honey bees for pollination services. We will also offer practical suggestions for how farmers can improve their native bee populations. Our webinar will also describe ongoing research in western Washington on native bee pollinators. 

The webinar will be geared to farmers and researchers, but primarily for farmers or individuals interested in biodiversity conservation (it will not be heavy on research methodology or jargon and may be too basic for many bee ecologists).

Advance registration is required, free for all participants.

**NOTE** The time shown is Pacific Standard Time.

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