Research Unplugged "On the Road" with Dr. Natalie Boyle

October 21 2021

1:30pm to 2:30pm

Thank a bee! The importance of pollination in Pennsylvania

Pollination is a critical service that humans rely on for 75% of the foods we eat! In this talk, we will introduce you to the diversity of pollinators in Pennsylvania, how, when, and why they are important, and share some of the research being conducted by scientists in the Center for Pollinator Research.

The Center for Pollinator Research (CPR) consists of over 30 independent faculty, including researchers, educators, extension specialists and outreach coordinators, spanning multiple departments and colleges at Penn State University. Together, we are committed to studying the factors impacting pollinator health and developing and implementing creative approaches to pollinator conservation.

  • Where: Pasto Agricultural Museum 

Research Unplugged "On the Road" is presented in collaboration with Penn State’s Office of Government & Community Relations, Pasto Agricultural Museum, and Schlow Library. 

No registration necessary
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