Saving Minnesota’s Pollinators

Erik Runquist, Conservation Biologist, Minnesota Zoo
Date:  Friday, May 17, 2019
Time:  7:00-8:30 p.m.

Pollinators light up our gardens and sustain our wild spaces. Join us to discover the wide range of bees, butterflies, and other wildlife that are central to healthy ecosystems, as well as some of the problems they are facing. Dr. Erik will share stories from the field of the Minnesota Zoo’s efforts to help save some of the world’s most endangered pollinators, and how everyone can take little actions to help!

Presentations are geared toward adult learners and take place during an adult-only event.

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Want to come early and enjoy the Zoo? Find out more about the Adult Night Out at Zoo. Separate pre-registration is required.

Two CEUs are available upon request. After your participation in a speaker series event you may send an email to [email protected] and request your certificate.


Accessibility:  This program will have live open captioning and an Assistive Listening System is available upon request. General accessibility information is available at To request specific disability accommodations, ASL interpretation, or information in an alternative format, please follow the directions on that page or contact Maryse Abrahams by email at [email protected]

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