The Adamah (Earth) Initative invites you to be part of their exciting programming to learn how to help pollinators thrive.
On August 23, a group led by restoration ecologist, Stephanie Shuck learned about this:
While bees are our most famous and prolific pollinators, they are only one piece to the pollination puzzle. Learn about pollinators in Indiana and around the world, and delve into the intricacies of their invaluable role. Stephanie will discuss issues our pollinators face, such as habitat loss, and how you can build native pollinator gardens and advocate for conservation of native habitats.
If you missed the August 23rd Zoom and would like to get caught up click here to watch the recording of the Zoom presentation!
Join us for the next two events in this series:
Helping our Native Pollinators to Thrive, Part 2— Sunday, September 13, 4-5pm
Ecolab Tour with Restoration Ecologist Stephanie Schuck
Marian University Ecolab (masks required). Please note there are just 10 spots available.
At the 75-acre EcoLab on Marian’s campus, we will take an in depth look at how conservationists are protecting natural areas in urban spaces and beyond.
Check out the Facebook event here
Helping our Native Pollinators to Thrive, Part 3— Sunday, October 4, 4-5pm
Join the group for our fall planting event at IHC with refreshments, Q & A, and pollinator garden packet distribution. Masks are required and social distancing protocols will be practiced.
To see more about this October 4 event, click here:
More About Stephanie:
Stephanie Schuck is the Restoration Ecologist for the Nina Mason Pulliam EcoLab. She oversees and conducts educational programs in the EcoLab, as well as managing the ecological restoration of the 75-acre EcoLab property. She also manages the native plant sale held at Marian each year. She holds a Master of Science in Natural Resources and Environmental Management from Ball State University and spends a lot of her free time chasing around bees and other insects with her camera.
Special Thanks To:
These events are funded by our JFGI Education Innovation Grant. Watch for details of our fall planting event with pollinator garden packet distribution October 4.