A pollinator conservation conference for Texas and beyond.
We are ever pleased to present to you some of the best and brightest of minds and committed professionals in pollination conservation today.
TED Talk: Louie Schwartzberg: The hidden beauty of pollination
To provide education, resources and networking opportunities to natural resource management professionals and volunteers-- and the community at large-- and to empower them all in conserving our pollinators and their habitats across the landscape.
As a capacity builder in pollinator conservation, the TEXAS POLLINATOR POWWOW is unique in that it has active and enthusiastic participation from non-governmental organizations, academia, the private sector, and local, state and federal governments -- as speakers, exhibitors and attendees. Our pollinator conferences support the participants' community outreach and education efforts, and provide opportunities for them to share information and research, to build relationships and craft project partnerships, and to position potential grantees with funders.
All these laudable organizations and individuals are effectively engaged in a multitude of best practices in pollinator conservation and monitoring, seed and plant research, production and distribution, citizen science programming, natural resource and wildlife management of private and public lands, authoring and artistry, and scientific coordination of all points between in the arena of pollination ecology.
Everyone involved with the TEXAS POLLINATOR POWWOW (whether the Board, the speakers, the exhibitors or the participants) is eager to meet you on your own level of interest or expertise, whatever that may be. Please join with us. We'll "talk the talk, and walk the walk" together.