Pollinator Short Course and Ohio Pollinator Advocate training from the OSU Bee Lab
The program on Tuesday, November 27th has filled!

We're offering another session on Tuesday, December 11th

10AM to 2:30PM
The OSU Wooster Campus, Fisher Auditorium
1680 Madison Ave.

$25, payable at the door (cash or check)

Advance registration required. Register below.

Join fellow bee and pollinator enthusiasts for this daylong training focusing on pollination, bee biology and native bee identification, and habitat enhancement with a focus on bumble bees. Participants will learn to identify common bees using pinned samples and microscopes, and will leave with practical ideas to improve pollinator habitat. Program sponsored by The Ohio State University Bee Lab. Ohio Pollinator Advocates are trained volunteers who help to spread the word about the importance of pollinators. Session taught by Denise Ellsworth, OSU Entomology/Extension. Contact Denise (ellsworth.2@osu.edu) with any questions.

Handouts, lunch, coffee and light refreshments provided.

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