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Sense of Place - Native Bees of the Gorge with Frances Ambrose Fischer
Join us for a Sense of Place Lecture!

Native Bees of the Gorge with Frances Ambrose Fischer

The Columbia River Gorge is buzzing with spectacular wildlife that most people swat away. But did you know there are over 500 species of bees in Oregon and Washington? Each one is unique and interacts with the natural world in its own way, but bees and other pollinators are more than beautiful and interesting. These pollinators sustain our food and ecosystems – and ultimately, all of us. Join Frances Ambrose Fischer to learn about our native bees, programs that study and protect them like the Oregon Bee Project, and what role you might play in their health and survival.

Join us for the conversation and Q & A that follows.

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