"What's the Buzz?" Scheduled for November 17


The Native Pollinator Task Force (NPTF) of the Metrowest Conservation Alliance is sponsoring a program on the relationship between pollinators and plants. 

For almost two decades, pollinators have been declining at an unprecedented rate. These declines pose a significant threat to environmental health. 

The NPTF program will feature Dr. Robert J. Gegear, a biologist at UMass Dartmouth, who will describe his research on bumblebees and will discuss why native plants are important for our ecosystems. Dr. Gegear is the founder of the Beecology Project, an initiative to protect native bumblebees through citizen science. Learn more about his research at Gegear Lab.

What's the Buzz? The People-Plant-Pollinator Connection
Sunday, November 17
2:00 to 4:00 pm

Cordaville Hall
9 Cordaville Road

Free. Register online.

The Metrowest Conservation Alliance (MCA) is a collaboration of land trusts, local conservation commissions, and other groups that work together to improve ecological health of the 36 communities around the Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord Rivers. MCA programs are supported by SVT.