Large-scale pollinator habitat through the Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund's Seed a Legacy program - webinar

August 4, 2022 7:00PM - 8:00PM


Contact: Ana Heck

Photo of a field of flowers.
Photo courtesy of Jeremy Rhodes.

Program description

Learn about the Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund's Seed a Legacy program, which supports large-scale pollinator habitat. ‚ÄčElsa Gallagher, Habitat Program Coordinator for the Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund, will speak about the program, and Jeremy Rhodes will share his experience and provide a case study.

Rhodes's experience in the program is described in this article: Somewhere for the pollinators to go: A case study of establishing large-scale pollinator habitat. You can also review compiled resources on large-scale pollinator planting from Michigan Pollinator Initiative.

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Additional information from MSU Extension

This webinar will be recorded. Event organizers plan to post the recording to the Michigan State University Beekeeping YouTube channel with closed captions, however, it may take several weeks to prepare and upload the video.

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Michigan State University is committed to providing equal opportunity for participation in all programs, services and activities. Accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by contacting the event contact, Ana Heck, two weeks prior to the start of the event. Requests received after this date will be honored whenever possible.

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Tags: agriculture, beekeeping, home gardening, landscaping, lawn & garden, managed pollinator protection plan, msu extension, pollinators and pollination

Related People

Meghan Milbrath

Meghan Milbrath
milbrat2@msu.edu

Ana Heck

Ana Heck
heckanar@msu.edu