University of Idaho Hosting Conference on Pollinators and their Natural Habitats

On Wednesday, March 1and Thursday, March 2, the University of Idaho Extension and Rural Roots will be offering a conference on pollinators and their habitats on the Palouse. Neal Williams will open the conference with a presentation, “Impacts of pesticide and resource stressors on wild bees: multi-scale approaches for mitigation.”  He will also present an evening keynote titled “Linking bees, pollination and people: pollinator habitat design to benefit biodiversity and pollination in working landscapes.” The conference presentations will be available in person or via Zoom. The presentations will be at the Bruce Pitman Center. The summit is free and open to those who register online. Registration is available on Eventbrite at https://pollinatorsummit2023.eventbrite.com.