Until a few short years ago, the only thing I knew about native pollinators is that bumblebees were faster than my John Deere tractor and that without a cab on the tractor my best chance was to jump off and run!
If you want to hear how to help declining pollinators from some of the leading pollinator habitat experts in the country, put this on your list of summer activities.
1 p.m. to 7 p.m. - June 21, 2012
MU Bradford Research and Extension Center, Columbia, Missouri
Six All-New, One-Hour Wagon Tours Include:
One-Hour Field Tours: 4:15-7 p.m.
Walking Tour: Landscaping and Pollinators with Native Plants
3 - 4 p.m. Plenary Speaker:
Pete Berthelsen, Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever Senior Field Coordinator, Elba, Nebraska - Winner of the 2011 Farmer/Rancher Pollinator Award from the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign
4:15 - 7 p.m. Quail Management Classroom Techniques:
- Quail Management 101, Predator effects, Prescribed Burning & Quail Ecology
University of Missouri College of Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources
MU Extension, Lincoln University
Missouri Department of Conservation,
Missouri Soybean Association, USDA NRCS
Directions: From the junction of U.S. 63 and Hwy AC on the south edge of Columbia, go 5.5 miles east on New Haven Road, turn right (south) on Rangeline Road and go just over a mile to the Bradford Farm entrance on the right.
For More Information Contact:
Tim Reinbott: 573-884-7945, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Pierce: 573-882-4337; email@example.com