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Native Bee Conservation in Urban Areas
Pollinators, especially bees, are known for providing valuable ecosystem and agricultural services. Although the honey bee is gaining recognition for its vital role in our agricultural systems, the United States is home to more than 3600 different bee species, most of which are native. These native bees are continuing to decline as a result of habitat loss, inadequate food availability, improper management practices, pests/diseases, and more!

Urban areas provide unique challenges and opportunities when it comes to enhancing pollinator resources and habitat. This talk will outline a variety of best practices for native bee conservation in urban and suburban areas.

One CEU Use credit for Utah or Montana for live viewing only.

Feb 11, 2021 12:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Abi Saeed
Extension Horticulture Associate Specialist @Montana State University
Abi Saeed assists home gardeners, commercial and private green industry professionals, and county and reservation extension offices with horticulture-related programming, questions, concerns, and diagnostics throughout Montana. Abi has a research background in pollinator conservation, integrated pest management, and pollinator health through the University of Kentucky. Using her passion for pollinator conservation, Abi has built pollinator programming and publications through her roles in extension horticulture at Montana State University, Michigan State University, and Colorado State University.