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Establishing and Restoring Prairies for Native Plants and Wild Bees: Researching what drives success

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Presented by Wild Ones-St. Croix Oak Savanna at FamilyMeans, Stillwater MN

Mar 20 2018
Establishing and Restoring Prairies for Native Plants and Wild Bees: Researching what drives success

Julia Brokaw is a wild bee researcher at the new Cariveau Bee Lab at the University of Minnesota.

Julia Brokaw is a wild bee researcher at the new Cariveau Bee Lab at the University of Minnesota. In Minnesota, about 99 percent of original prairie habitat has been converted to agriculture and development. But a number of agencies and researchers are collaborating to study and restore these habitats. Julia’s research focuses on success factors in restoring prairies and their native plants and wild bees. Her work draws on the fields of entomology, ecology and restoration.  She’ll discuss

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Socialize 6:30 pm.

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1875 Northwestern Avenue South, Stillwater, MN 55082

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