Bees and Flies pollinate coneflower, marsh marigold, and Queen Anne's lace

Protecting Pollinators Conference

September 22, 2015

For more information or if you have questions, please contact Betsy Lamb at eml38@cornell.edu or 607 254-8800.

Conference Agenda

State of Pollinators

The Status of Bees in NY – Applied Research, Emma Mullen, Entomology Department, Cornell University
Video of talk     |     PowerPoint of Slides     |     References
State of Knowledge on Health of Native and Managed Bee Species – Applied Research, Scott McArt, Entomology Department, Cornell University
Video of talk     |     PowerPoint of Slides     |     References
Other Insect Pollinators, Carmen Greenwood, SUNY Cobleskill
PowerPoint of Slides
Adoption of Bee Friendly Policies on Government and Private Properties: Motivations, Expectations, and Results, Susan Kegley, Pesticide Research Institute, Inc.
PowerPoint of Slides
New York State Pollinator task force, Chris Logue, Division of Plant Industry, NYS Department of Ag and Markets, Scott Menrath, Bureau of Pest Management, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
PowerPoint of Slides

Practical Applications for Pollinator Protection and Conservation – Success Stories

Current Research on Ornamental Production Options, Dan Gilrein, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Suffolk County
Current Research on Wild Pollinators In Apple, Maria Vandyke, Department of Entomology, Cornell University
Practical Applications - As a Landscaper, Laurie Broccolo, Broccolo Tree and Lawn Care, Rochester NY
PowerPoint of Slides
Practical Applications - As an Ornamental Producer, Mark Adams, Mark Adams Greenhouses, Adams Fairacre Farms
Practical Applications - Using Mason Bees, Charles Mohr, Crown Bees
PowerPoint of Slides
Current Research on Pollinators and Strawberry Yield, Heather Connelly, Department of Entomology, Cornell University
Practical Applications - As a Gardener, Jennifer Stengle, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Putnam County
PowerPoint of Slides
Discussion with panel