Online: Pollinators in Peril
Take this photo tour of the fascinating world of pollinators and their importance in the environment, health, food system and economy.
Join Blaine Rothauser, wildlife photographer and senior ecologist with GZA, GeoEnvironmental, Inc., as he explains why pollinators are crucial to our environment, health, food system and economy. Butterflies, bees, moths, and others pollinate New Jersey’s flowering plants and crops, but many are in peril and struggling to survive. Identify how to help the declining species of pollinators with simple steps you can take in your own backyard and community. Kate Reilly, Duke Farms Manager of Education, will also discuss the property’s Pollination Hoop House which serves as a home to many easy-to-grow native plants that support our pollinators.
This webinar is being offered ONLINE through Zoom. Webinar ID and password will be sent out before the start of the class. If you did not receive the webinar information, please check your spam or junk folders.
Date & Time
August 12, 2020
7:00PM - 8:15PM