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Pollinators In The Park

July 28 @ 5:00 pm 7:00 pm

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Native Bee Habitat at World Trade Center

There are 4,000+ bee species in North America, and 400+  alone in New York state! Join The Bee Conservancy’s founder, Master Beekeeper and Chief Melitollogist, Guillermo Fernandez as he discusses native bees — including mason, leaf cutter, carpenter, and bumble bees — and their habitats right inside of Liberty Park. 

We’ll also dive into: 

  • Low cost and easy ways to support NYC’s most beneficial and hardworking pollinators. 
  • How to distinguish bees from a wasps and other look-alikes.
  • Opportunities to engage in citizen science 
  • Much, much more! ! 

More about this event

  • This is an outdoor event with access to benches. A limited number of chairs may also be provided. Please wear comfortable attire and shoes. 

About The Hosts

Guillermo Fernandez
The Bee Conservancy

Founder and Chief Melittologist
Guillermo is a Master Beekeeper, Master Melittology candidate, and an urban beekeeper for a decade. Having grown up in a food desert, he believes bees are the key to transforming our food system and ensuring that everyone has access to healthy, local foods. When he’s not at the apiary or speaking at an event, Guillermo is hiking or traveling.
The Port Authority of NY and NJ

This event is hosted by PANYNJ in Liberty Park – a public green space overlooking the World Trade Center campus.

Details

Date:
July 28
Time:
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
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Venue

The Meadow at Liberty Park

155 Cedar St
New York, New York 10006
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