With Brian Dykstra
Learn the who, what, where, when, why of helping pollinators. Understand problems faced by pollinators and straightforward successful methods to assist their survival and encourage diversity. Backyard and global scales covered. Reading, video, audio, and internet resources provided.
Tues., March 26 • 12:30-3:30 p.m.
[NOTE: There was an error in the class description in the OLLI course catalog.
This class meets one time only on March 26. We apologize for the confusion.]
Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, Eureka
$40 • Class #: 27176
Brian Dykstra is a botanist and ecologist. Bees, pollination biology, botany and ethnobiology are his interests. He completed his MS thesis on pollination ecology and earned a certificate in community college education (Humboldt State University). He has taught community college and managed an academic greenhouse for a large university. He has worked in pollination research and outreach, agricultural extension research, field botany, science editing, and served as education/outreach chair for a native plant society, farming, and much more.