Join the conversation! Learn about the complex challenges facing pollinators in Vermont and help identify strategies to protect these essential species.
Space is limited – register now on-line!
Keynote speakers and panels of experts will examine the threats to pollinators and their critical role in preserving Vermont’s working lands and wild places.
Hands-on round table discussions will offer in-depth opportunities to explore efforts to support pollinators and share individual experiences and ideas.
The Symposium Agenda is now on-line:
Hosted by: The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources and its Endangered Species Committee.
Audubon Vermont, The Farm Between, Gardener’s Supply, Greenworks, National Wildlife Foundation, Natural Resource Conservation Service, Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) of Vermont, The Gund Institute of the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Vermont, The Nature Conservancy, Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE), US Fish and Wildlife, Master Gardener program of UVM Extension, Vermont Agency of Agriculture Food & Markets, Vermont Beekeepers Association, Vermont Berry and Vegetable Growers Association, Vermont Center for Ecostudies, Vermont Coverts, Vermont Natural Resource Council, Vermont State-Wide Environmental Education Program (SWEEP), Vermont Woodlands Association and the Xerces Society.
Evening reception sponsored by the Gund Institute, the Vermont Natural Resources Council, and Gardener’s Supply.
March 17, 2016
8:30 AM – 5 PM
Evening reception to follow.
ECHO Aquarium and Science Center
One College Street
Burlington, VT 05401
$35.00 (includes lunch and reception)
Registration and Information
For more information, including the agenda, visit our event webpage.
Contact [email protected] or 802-828-1000