Talk: The Decline of Bees and Pollinators | Riverbrink
We often hear about the decline of bees and pollinators, but what does that really mean, and what can be done about it? Join Joanna Paul and explore the fascinating lives of native bees and other pollinators, and what contributes to their declining numbers. Learn more about what can be done to help mitigate their decline, and about other projects, both local and large scale, that are making a difference.
Joanna holds a Graduate Certificate of Commercial Beekeeping from Niagara College, a program which integrates apiary experience with a focus on honey production and pollinator health strategies for managed and wild pollinator species. She also holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts Honours Degree from York University, specializing in Design and Biological Illustration. She now uses her artistic skills to create informative and engaging bee education programs.
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