Can IPM Help Us Save the Pollinators? Live Web Broadcast Information

On Wednesday, November 12th, from 10:30 a.m. to 12 (Eastern Time) as part of the Northeastern IPM Center Advisory Council meeting, the Northeastern IPM Center is hosting a discussion on the topic of pollinators (as a live-streamed web event).

Yellow Flower and Honeybee Pollination

“Looking to be a very informative presentation, the Northeastern IPM Center has invited four speakers from the USDA Agricultural Research Service, the Natural Resources Defense Council, USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, and the US Environmental Protection Agency to provide an update on current issues surrounding pollinator health. Panelists will share facts about pollinators and pollinator decline, and give some thought to the role that the integrated pest management community, as well as scientific experts, public officials, and citizens, should take to address it.”

To register for this live-streamed web event entitled “Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and Pollinators: What is the appropriate role for IPM on the issue of pollinators,” see https://cornell.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_d4lmVVJtZ4ebxgp.

Afterwards, learn more about why BugVibes™ has been recommended to become a part of IPM programs and do your part to help save the pollinators!

 

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