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Beevent 2021

Online

Location details will be provided to attendees.

Mar 6, 2021

$20 - order by noon on March 5th
Registration closed.

Contact for questions and requests for accessibility-related accommodations
Elizabeth Records

 

The 7th Annual BEEvent Pollinator Conference

For gardeners, small farmers, community scientists & pollinator enthusiasts

  • Now is the perfect time for planning for pollinators to visit your garden this summer.
  • Get inspired, practical knowledge to apply to your garden planning and planting this year.
  • Grow your understanding of wild native bees, their needs and what we can do support them.
  • Learn the latest news about Oregon Bee Atlas Project, OSU’s innovative effort to create a comprehensive and publicly accessible inventory of the state’s native bees. 
  • National experts and locally connected researchers join to bring you a day full of inspiration, up to the date news and everything you need to know to have the best pollinator garden ever this year.
  • This 7-year event is going entirely online this year, making it accessible to many more people!

Presented live online by Linn County Master Gardener Association

With:


OSU Extension Service prohibits discrimination in all its programs, services, activities, and materials. Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made by one week ahead of the event to Elizabeth Records, 541-730-3471 or [email protected]


Resources and readings from BEEvent! 

 

Speaker information and resources

 

Jim Cane:  

www.loganbeelab.usu.edu/ 

 

Kate LeCroy 

 

August Jackson:  

 

Lincoln Best:  

 

Some pollinator resources we anticipate being shared by the presenters. 

 

Jim Cane:  

 

Susan Morton and Ranee Webb:  

www.LinnMasterGardeners.com 

Nurturing Mason Bees in Your Backyard in Western Oregon 

 

Some favorite OSU Extension pollinator resources:  

 

See also

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