Research Month Keynote: Dr. Alana Pindar

Dr. Alana Pindar, Weston Family Visiting Professor in Ecosystem Health and Food Security, presents:

“Food, Flowers and our Future- the importance of wild bees”

With over 900 species known in Canada,  wild bees are one of most important taxonomic groups of pollinators, essential to both agricultural production and maintaining wild plant diversity  Wild bees, and the pollination services they provide are in global decline.  Dr. Pindar’s research takes an in-depth look into the factors impacting wild bees species, their importance to food security and ecosystem health.

Tuesday, March 1, 2022

11:45am-1:00pm in the Pit Lounge

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