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FNGLA CEUs available for Pollinator Pathways Webinar

FANN is proud to be a provider of industry professionals CEUs for native wildflower related educational programs offered by our partner, Florida Wildflower Foundation. FNGLA certified horticulture and landscape professionals should register now for Creating Pollinator Pathways Webinar for FNGLA CEU, a one-hour online event hosted by the foundation and presenting renowned entomologist Jaret Daniels from the Florida Museum of Natural History.

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Register with FANN, receive confirmations from FANN and the Florida Wildflower Foundation, and receive your FNGLA CEU form from FANN after attending.

Creating Pollinator Pathways Webinar for FNGLA CEU
with Dr. Jaret Daniels, UF/IFAS Associate Professor
hosted by the Florida Wildflower Foundation in partnership with FANN
2:00-3:00pm EST Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Save the bees — and ourselves as well, with more high function plants. Recent insect declines have gained substantial media attention due to the potential serious repercussions for people, agriculture, and ecological systems. Insects provide many essential services, including pollination and nutrient cycling, and are a major food source for wildlife. Conserving biodiversity today is about more than just large, wild systems. Every landscape, large and small, is now critical. Urban parks and neighborhoods, utility and transportation corridors, and even home gardens and yards can play an important role in sustaining native wildlife by offering more plants that contribute to biodiversity.

You will learn:
How minor changes in built landscapes help support wildlife.
Where changes are most needed.
What you can do to help.

About the instructor: Jaret Daniels is a University of Florida associate professor of entomology and director of the McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity at the Florida Museum of Natural History. His research focuses on insect ecology, population biology and conservation, with particular emphasis on butterflies and other native pollinators. Jaret also serves on the Florida Wildflower Foundation board.