Tuesday, June 14, 2016, 7pm @ St John's Cathedral: 1350 Washington St, Denver, CO 80203 (map)
Dr. Adrian Carper
Native bee diversity, ecology, and conservation
To promote native pollinators in our own yards we must first understand their diversity and value. To do so, we will explore the diversity of bee species found here in Colorado, their natural-histories, and their extremely fascinating reproductive strategies. In addition, we will discuss the value of native bees as pollinators, and ways in which gardeners and land managers alike can help provide habitat and resources to help conserve native bees and the pollination services they provide.
Meetings typically start at 7:00pm and are located at St. John's Cathedral, 1530 Washington Street, Denver, CO 80203 (map). Enter through the doors just east of the cathedral's parking lot, turn right down the hallway there and head to the end of the hall, we are meeting in the large room at the end of the hall.
NEW MEETING LOCATION: Starting with the May 10, 2016 meeting, the club will meet at St John's Cathedral: 1350 Washington St, Denver, CO 80203.