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Past Workshops

In 2011 through 2013, the Native Pollinators in Agriculture Project, in conjunction with the National Association of State Conservation Agencies, held eleven workshops for state agency leaders. Presentations and photos from the workshops are available below.

Massachusetts National Field Day

October 2, 2013

MA Agenda

West Virginia Workshop

September 24, 2013

WV Agenda

WV Presentations

Missouri Workshop

June 19, 2013

MO Agenda

MO Presentations

Arkansas/Oklahoma Workshop

September 30, 2012

AR/OK Agenda

AR/OK Speaker Bios

AR/OK Master Slides

Utah Workshop

September 12, 2012

UT Agenda

UT Speaker Bios

UT Presentations

Indiana Workshop

September 5, 2012

IN Agenda

IN Speaker Bios

IN Presentations

Montana Workshop

August 30, 2011

Pollinator Habitat at Omeg Family Orchards – Mike Omeg, Omeg Family Orchards

Colony Collapse Disorder, the Value of Native Pollinators, and the Xerces Society National Pollinator Conservation Program – Mace Vaughn, The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation

Michigan Workshop

July 11, 2011

Pollinator Conservation on Farms: A Research Update – Dr. Rufus Isaacs, Department of Entomology, Michigan State University

Conservation Reserve Program – State Acres for Wildlife Habitat Enhancement (CRP – SAFE) – Dale Allen, Conservation Chief, Michigan State Farm Service Agency

Washington Workshop

June 29, 2011

Native Pollinators In Agriculture Project – Ray Beck, NPIA Steering Committee

Toward Sustainable Solutions for Managed Pollinators – Walter S. Sheppard, Washington State University

Maryland & Delaware Workshop

May 26th, 2011

Native Pollinators in Agriculture – Ernie Shea, NPIA Project Coordinator

Native Bees in Agriculture – Faith Kuehn & Heather Harmon Disque, Delaware Department of Agriculture

Win-win Pollinators Projects – Jolie Goldenetz Dollar, The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation

Click HERE to view photos from all 2011 workshops.

Click HERE to view photos from our 2012 Field Day in Irvine, CA.

Photos from the Field Day in MA are coming soon…