BIRDS, BATS, BEES, BUTTERFLIES and more! Come learn about Texas plants and their pollinators, the conservation challenges they are facing, and how YOU can help! The TEXAS POLLINATOR POWWOW brings you topics ranging from native plants and bees, to hummingbirds and butterflies, to urban and rural land management best practices by experts from around the state and beyond. We are pleased to present to you some of the best and brightest of minds and committed professionals in pollination conservation today.
It is our desire that the general public be educated, edified and entertained, and that conservation staff and volunteers be enabled to network with others outside their own narrow focus while being provided with a popular venue to share their missions with the community at large.
We will have a fantastic group of EXHIBITORS on hand both days to answer questions, provide resources, and showcase their organizations. There will be LIVE EXHIBITS featuring bees, butterflies, caterpillars and the precious bat 'ambassadors' from Bat Conservation International. Desirable pollinator-related items will be available by RAFFLE at the end of the conference (your presence is required to win).
THE TEXAS POLLINATOR POWWOW
A pollinator conservation conference for Texas and beyond
Saturday and Sunday, September 19-20, 2015
SCHREINER UNIVERSITY, CAILLOUX BALLROOM
Address and Directions: http://www.schreiner.edu/campus-info/campus-tour/index.aspx
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
Twenty speakers, three dozen exhibitors, and a hosting facility (SCHREINER UNIVERSITY) surrounded by native plantings routinely occupied by fall migratory monarchs
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