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This class will take an in-depth look at the biology and ecology of the monarch butterfly in North America, its migration, species status assessment, and conservation efforts. With an overall 90 percent population decline in the past 20 years, the monarch has become the poster child for pollinators and the subject of much research, monitoring and educational endeavors. Participants will utilize habitat assessment tools, practice a variety of community science projects, and plan their own pollinator enhancement activities to become pollinator stewards. Class time will be spent both indoors and outside in the garden.

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Section Title
Monarchs & Beyond: Pollinator Stewardship
Type
In Person
Days
Sa
Time
9:00AM to 1:00PM
Dates
Sep 24, 2022
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
4.0
Location
  • State Botanical Garden of Georgia Locations
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
Section Notes

This class will take an in-depth look at the biology and ecology of the monarch butterfly in North America, its migration, species status assessment, and conservation efforts. With an overall 90 percent population decline in the past 20 years, the monarch has become the poster child for pollinators and the subject of research, monitoring and education endeavors. Participants will utilize habitat assessment tools, practice a variety of citizen science projects, and plan their own pollinator enhancement activities to become pollinator stewards. Class time will be spent both indoors and outside in the garden.

 

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