Climate Change and Pollinators — What’s Happening and What Should We Do About It?

Sat Mar 14, 2020, Guelph, ON

Climate Change and Pollinators – What’s Happening and What Should We Do About It?

Pollination Guelph's 13th Annual Pollination Symposium
Saturday, March 14, 2020
Guelph Curling Club, 816 Woolwich St, Guelph

Our next annual symposium, Climate Change and Pollinators – What’s Happening and What Should We Do About It? is a full day of learning, networking, displays, and more! Featuring a keynote presentation in the morning by Mhairi McFarlane of the Nature Conservancy of Canada about the actions they are taking for pollinators and conservation under the threat of climate change, and another keynote in the afternoon by Charlotte de Keyzer, University of Toronto about how pollinators and plants are reacting to climate change it is the place to be if you have any interest in pollinators or pollinator-friendly plants. It also includes presentations about native plant gardens, farming ecologically, heritage seed varieties, pesticides, land trusts, and more. As always, there will also be displays, a seed swap, sale table, and still more! Lunch and three refreshment breaks are included in your registration.

https://www.pollinationguelph.ca/pollination-symposium



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