RSVP for a free public event on pollinators and pesticides!

Join us for this important event in your community to learn more about how Massachusetts can become a national leader in pollinator protection.

You'll hear from these speakers:

Mary Duane, Past President, Worcester County Beekeepers Association to speak about managed honeybee colonies
Mike Nelson, Ph.D., Invertebrate Zoologist, MassWildlife to speak about butterflies, native bees and other insect pollinators
Dr. Martha Gach, Conservation Coordinator, Massachusetts Audubon Society to speak about pollinator habitat
Mark Richardson, Director of Botanical Gardens, New England Wildflower Society to speak about pollinator-friendly plants
Dr. Robert J. Gegear, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology and Biotechnology and Director of the New England Bee-cology Project, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Representative Carolyn Dykema
Senator James Eldridge

RSVP now to learn how you can protect pollinators in Massachusetts.


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