Shop Talk - Overlap of Pollinator Conservation and Pest Management

Join us to learn about land management techniques that support invertebrates, with rippling effects that promote larger wildlife such as birds.  Participants will hear about the threats to invertebrates and the steps to address these threats in our communities.  Participants will gain an understanding of how bees and other invertebrates can be exposed to pesticides and the techniques to minimize pesticide risk to these non-target organisms. Attendees will learn how pollinator and beneficial insect habitat can be created “from scratch” or using more casual, more affordable management techniques such as “rotational delayed mowing”. Participants will: 1. Learn about Conservation Biological Control 2. Learn about beneficial insects that attack insect pests 3. Learn about the habitat needs for pollinators and other invertebrates 4. Learn about buying Bee-safe plants

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This webinar qualifies for .1 CEU credit with successful completion of an evaluation survey
When
6/28/2022 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time
Where
Virtual Training via Zoom

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