Trees for Bees: Pollinator Habitats in Urban Forests

You are invited to attend the latest Live Webinar sponsored by: Southern Regional Extension Forestry.

Title: Trees for Bees: Pollinator Habitats in Urban Forests

What will you learn?
The webinar will provide Extension Agents with information and resources to promote pollinator habitats in urban and suburban forests. learn more here…

Dr. Elizabeth Benton – Forest Health Outreach Specialist, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia

Education Credits from the following organizations continuing education programs have been approved or applied for:
New York Logger Training – .25 hour NYLT TLC Credit    [status: Applied For]
Society of American Foresters – 1 hour Category 1 Credit    [status: Applied For]
International Society of Arboriculture – 1 hour ISA Certified Arborist Credit    [status: Approved]

This webinar is part of the series, Understanding Urban and Community Forests: An Extension Webinar Series. The series was developed by Southern Regional Extension Forestry, with input from southeastern US urban forestry Cooperative Extension experts.

Session Details:
Date and Time: Jul 10, 2018 1:00 pm US/Eastern     Duration: 01:00  Export Event To Calendar
*** Please join the session 15 minutes prior to the start of the webinar. ***

This webinar will be recorded and posted back to the Webinar Portal for on-demand viewing within a week. CEUs are available for on-demand webinars when applicable.

Who should participate?

  • Extension Agents
  • Extension Associates
  • Extension Specialists
  • Educators
  • Arborists
  • Urban Foresters
  • Natural Resource Professionals


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