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Laurier Milton Lecture Series: The 'Bee City' Movement
Start Date: 5/6/2020
End Date: 5/6/2020

Event Description:
The ‘Bee City’ Movement: Shifting the Doomsday Narrative to Hope
Lecture by: Jennifer Marshman, RN, PhD candidate, Faculty of Arts
The "Bee City" movement is engaging municipalities in pollinator conservation through habitat creation, education, and celebration. Since Toronto became the first Bee City in Canada in 2016, there are now nearly 80 bee city affiliates across the country. Jennifer will explore what it means to be a Bee City with a focus on native bee species and how we can support them in our urban landscapes.
Contact Information:
Email: infotoronto@wlu.ca
Audience(s):
  • Everyone (open to public)
  • Cost:
    FREE
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