Materials from the 2010 International Conference on Pollinator Biology, Health, and Policy
The goal of the conference was to highlight the diversity of issues facing pollinators, and to bring together multiple interest groups to engage in a dialog about the best approaches to mitigating these issues and supporting conservation. The conference attracted over 200 people from 14 different countries. Speakers and registrants included representatives from academic and government research groups, government policy organizations, agricultural industries, beekeeper groups, non-profit organizations, and private citizens. Selected materials from the conference are below, including the program and abstract booklet, and the powerpoint presentations of speakers in the symposium on Evolving Policies on Pollinator Risk Assessment and Conservation.
1st International Conference on Pollinator Biology, Health and Policy
Given by Christina Grozinger
Stuart Roberts & Simon G. Potts
By R. THOMAS(TOM) VANARSDALL, POLLINATORPARTNERSHIP
Mark Sharer - Director of Development - The Pennsylvania State University, College of Agricultural Sciences
Mary Purcell-Miramontes, Kevin Hackett, & Jeff Pettis
Steve Ellis - Representing the National Honey Bee Advisory Board - Remarks for the First International Conference on Pollinator Health, Biology and Policy Penn State University July 26, 2010
Steve Ellis - Representing the National Honey Bee Advisory Board
Presented by Mace Vaughan - Pollinator Program Director, Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, Joint Pollinator Conservation Specialist, USDA-NRCS WNTSC
By James J. Rauh, Kristin E. Brugger, Axel Dinter, E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co.
By Robyn Rose, PhD - National Program Manager
By Doug Holy - National Invasive Species & Pollinator Specialist