Pollinator talks at the Atlanta Botanical Garden

Science Cafe is returning to the The Atlanta Botanical Garden this summer, and this years theme is Pollinators in The Garden! These informal talks will be held every second Sunday, May- October, and are an excellent way for researchers and scientists to interact and engage with public audiences. This year the schedule includes researchers and scientists from the University of Georgia, Georgia Institute of Technology, USDA and the Xerces society who will highlight the importance of pollinator conservation and pollinator gardens.

The series kicks off this Sunday May 8th at 2pm with Scott Hoffman Black,  the Xerces Society’s Executive Director. Scott has a passion and commitment to pollinator conservation and is actively involved in endangered species conservation, campaigning for pollinator conservation, and educating land users on sustainable land management practices.

So come and enjoy these talks, and learn from the experts what all the buzz is about. Admission to the Garden is required, however the lectures are free. For more information, including the speaker schedule please visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden website here. See you there!