Pollinator Walk at UBC Farm

Pollinator Walk at UBC Farm

A Biodiversity Days event for learning about local native pollinators. This May, in honour of UN International Day for Biological Diversity (May 22), the UBC Farm is hosting a series of events to celebrate biodiversity and its importance for our communities, health and planet.

About the Event

Learn about the amazing native pollinators that help pollinate the plants and crops at the UBC Farm. This walk will provide an overview of native pollinator diversity as well as the opportunity to try your hand at capturing and identifying native bumblebee species.

When, Where, and Who are the Speakers?

  • Saturday May 28, 2022, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
  • UBC Farm – 3461 Ross Drive, Vancouver, BC
  • Speakers: Speakers: Dr. Matt Mitchell, Tyler Kelly, Terrell Roulston (more to come!)
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Important Note

We ask all UBC Farm visitors to respect and enjoy the space, and to not disturb any plants, equipment, or research apparatus on site. Please watch your footing and stay on the roads or grass pathways. Please leave your pets at home. Also note there are washrooms on site, but only portable toilets.

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