Virtual Beekeeping Lecture with Emily Noordyke
February 2 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Join us for a virtual beekeeping lectures with Emily Noordyke to learn about the latest research on feeding pollen substitutes. Emily has worked on honey bee research with Grand Valley State University, the United States Geological Survey, Michigan State University, and the University of Florida. She graduated from UF with her Master’s degree in Entomology in 2020, with a focus on the efficacy of pollen substitutes as a honey bee management tool. Currently, she works as an instructional designer for the UF Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab and as a mobile tech team field specialist for the Bee Informed Partnership.
Emily’s presentation will summarize the findings of pollen substitute research as a whole, and will include results of her research on pollen substitutes at the University of Florida.
Pre-registration for the virtual lecture is required so we can send you a link to join, and space is limited. This lecture is free, but we welcome donations to help offset programming costs.
Registration closes February 2 at 6pm CST. Please note that this lecture will not be recorded.
Accommodations: Autogenerated captioning is provided for all virtual programs. When you register for this event you will be asked to provide any accommodations requests including but not limited to: ASL interpretation, closed captioning, transcripts and more. If you have any questions or would like to request an additional accommodation, please contact Mattie Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org, at least 72 hours prior to the event start.