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University of California
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Advanced Trainings

Native Bees of the Central Valley

Organization Name
Yolo Basin Foundation
Website for more information
Start date
2/07/2019
Brief course description

California is home to 1600 species of bees which provide valuable pollination services in agricultural lands, natural areas, and our parks and home gardens. Join Angela Laws from The Xerces Society to learn more about the biology of native bees in the Central Valley. She’ll talk about the conservation status of native bees in the Central Valley, and discuss reasons why native bees are declining. In particular, Angela talk about the many ways that climate change can affect native bees. Finally, she’ll discuss what actions you can take to help protect native bees, including ways to make our cities and towns more climate friendly for pollinators.

Time of day start-end
7 PM - 8:30 PM
County location
Yolo County
Exact Address -- Location
45211 County Road 32B (Chiles Road)
Contact name
Contact email
Contact phone number
(530) 757-3780
Cost (CA Naturalist; public; other)

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