Bee-utiful Planting for Pollinators

While wildlife gardening is now one of the biggest gardening trends, the decline of pollinators and other insects still remains urgent. Learn how to help pollinators thrive and create refuge […]

Maintaining your Landscape with Pollinators in Mind w/ Melinda Myers

You can have a landscape that you and pollinators enjoy. A few changes to the way we maintain our plants and manage insect pests and diseases can help create a […]

Pollinator Week 2022

Statewide webinars about pollinators and pollinator habitats. Local activities for all ages. Resources to learn more about pollinators in Wisconsin. Info here.

Soil Health Learning Circles (Bilingual) – Perennials and Pollinators for Soil Health

Please join us this spring for Soil Health Virtual Learning Circles featuring presenters on soil health and soil conservation topics for your farm. The six one-hour Learning Circles will be […]

Planting for Pollinators at Pollinator Palooza

Have you heard the latest buzz? Aram Public Library is hosting our very first Pollinator Palooza! There will be speakers, organizations sharing their stories, raffles, and a pollinator costume contest! […]

What Bee is That? An Introduction to Commonly Encountered Bees of the US

By May, spring will have arrived across the US and with it, many bees will be emerging and seeking out places to forage and nest — and you might be […]

Threats and Opportunities for Conservation – Bumble Bee Short Course for Community Scientists

Free, weekly webinars to build skills of community scientists interested in bumble bee biodiversity, ecology and conservation. Info here. 

Bumble Bee Botany – Bumble Bee Short Course for Community Scientists

Free, weekly webinars to build skills of community scientists interested in bumble bee biodiversity, ecology and conservation. Info here.

Bumble Bee Biology, Part 1 – Bumble Bee Short Course for Community Scientists

Free, weekly webinars to build skills of community scientists interested in bumble bee biodiversity, ecology and conservation. Info here.