Pollinator Diversity - Panel Discussion

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Event Description

Pollinators come in all shapes and sizes: insects, birds, bats, and even people. As pollinators visit flowers to feed, they move pollen between flowers and help plants reproduce. Pollination is essential to a third of the world’s food supply, as well as ecosystem stability around the globe. Though pollinators are extremely diverse, many are also in danger. Join us for a panel discussion encompassing the breadth of pollinator diversity and the challenges facing them today.