Conservation Conversation Thurs April 26th


Pollinator Diversity in Human-Modified Landscapes

Date: Thursday April 26th 2012
Conversation: 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Location: The Graduate Student Union Pub
16 Bancroft Ave. Toronto, ON

At our next Conservation Conversation (March 1st), we will be discussing pollinator diversity in human modified landscapes. This CC is in preparation for our inaugural pollinator monitoring in the Rouge Park, as part of the ‘SCB Goes Rouge Pollinator Project’. If you have expressed interest in volunteering with us this summer (fieldwork, labwork, stewardship positions still available), we urge you to come and join us!

Bring a friend if you like and come and meet other conservation biologists and enthusiasts from your neighburhood


This event is part of the Toronto Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology series Conservation Conversation. The purpose of these monthly discussions is to get people together in an informal setting (Pub!) to discuss topical and sometimes controversial conservation issues.



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