Five videos from the Pollinator Friendly Alliance

Videos posted by Pollinator Friendly Alliance and Pollinate MN, with the generous support of the Food Building, The Lone Grazer Creamery, and Red Table Meat Company. Videos are from the People For Pollinators symposium held in West St. Paul on March 8, 2016.

This session from the pollinator-friendly symposium, “Amazing Bees – Wild In More Ways Than One,” was presented by Sarah Foltz Jordan (Xerces Society) who discusses native wild bee behavior and physiology. Xerces Society is a national leader in the conservation of pollinators and invertebrates.

This session from the pollinator-friendly symposium, “Pesticides – Can We Co-Exist?” was presented by Dr. Vera Krischik (University of Minnesota) and “Latest On Pesticides” was presented by Lex Horan (Pesticide Action Network).

This session from the pollinator-friendly symposium, “Pollinator Habitat On Farms,” was presented by Sarah Foltz Jordan (Xerces Society) and Jim Riddle (Blue Fruit Farm).

This session from the pollinator-friendly symposium, “Rethinking Urban Habitats,” was presented by Bob Engstrom (Robert Engstrom Companies & Urban Land Institute) and Jake Janski (Minnesota Native Landscape).

This session from the pollinator-friendly symposium, “America’s Flyway” was presented by Don Arnosti (Izaak Walton League). Fascinating details about how bird migration, habitat and ecosystems are intimately connected. Arnosti has nearly 30 years’ experience as a conservation advocate and organizer, working on bird, wildlife and habitat conservation.

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