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What's the Buzz? Laurier Bee Walk
Start Date: 6/20/2018Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Date: 6/20/2018End Time: 3:00 PM

Event Description:

Please join us as we learn about urban bees! Did you know that in addition to the honey bee we are all familair with, there are more than 850 species of native bees in Canada? Southern Ontario is considered a biodiversity hotspot with ~400 species right here where we live!

This fun filled event will begin with a short presentation introducing you to some of the charismatic bees that live right in your backyards and a short question-answer period. We will then hear from Tyler Plante, Laurier’s Sustainability Outreach and Program Coordinator about the University’s journey from honeybee keeping to native bee conservation.The event will conclude with a walk-a-bout on Wilfrid Laurier’s Northdale campus at the newly planted Laurier Food Forest to see what bees we can discover (weather will ‘bee’ a factor) – we’ll keep a special eye open for bumble bee queens!

Accessibility: there are a few stairs up to the Northdale plot and the ground is uneven grass and dirt.

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Name: Brooke
Phone: Dietrich
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