NAA Pollinator Series


2018 Pollinator Management Webinar Series 

NAA is proud to present this series with support from the U.S. Forest Service. 


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Talk 1:

Mary Rowland, Research Wildlife Biologist, U.S. Forest Service; and Sandy DeBano, Associate Professor - Invertebrate Ecology, Oregon State University:

Native Bees and Large Mammals: Vertebrate - Invertebrate Interactions in Riparian Natural Areas

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Talk 2:

Thomas Kaye, Executive Director and Senior Ecologist at the Institute for Applied Ecology:

Partnering with Pollinators: Prairie Restoration to Support Diverse Pollinating Insects



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Dave Waldien, Affiliated Scholar, Christopher Newport University:

Management Considerations of Pollinating Bats on Wind and Solar Farms

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Talk 2:

Peter Beesley, Vegetation Program Manager, Expert - Pacific Gas and Electric Company:

Utility Right-of-Way Management that Supports Pollinators and Safe Energy Transmission



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Scott Hoffman Black, Executive Director, Xerces Society:

Best Management Practices for Pollinators: Creating Practices that are Meaningful and Implementable for Rangelands
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Talk 2:

Jim Cane, Research Entomologist, USDA-ARS Pollinating Insect Research Unit:
Calculated Floral Resource Withdrawal by Managed Honey Bees in Light of Native Bee Reproduction


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