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Making the Case for Invertebrate Conservation: Building Habitat on Working Landscapes
There are many reasons to create habitat to support pollinators or beneficial insects on farms, ranches or forests. In this talk, Mace Vaughan, Xerces Pollinator Program Co-Director, will share research and case studies about the economic, wildlife, and secondary conservation benefits of increasing the number of beneficial insects on working landscapes. These potential benefits include increased crop pollination, reduced pest pressure, healthier game and song bird populations, and even reduced soil erosion or improved water quality.

This webinar will be recorded and available on our YouTube channel. Closed Captioning will be available during this webinar.

Feb 4, 2021 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Mace Vaughan
Pollinator Program Co-Director @The Xerces Society
Mace Vaughan serves as the Xerces Society’s Pollinator Conservation Program Co-Director and a Joint Pollinator Conservation Specialist to the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service’s (NRCS) West National Technology Support Center in Portland, Oregon. Mace has led Xerces’ Pollinator Conservation Program since 2003 and has acted as Joint Pollinator Conservation Specialist to the NRCS since 2008. In his tenure at the Xerces Society, the pollinator program has grown from a small pilot project on California farms to a national program implementing pollinator conservation projects across the U.S. Mace co-leads a team of 25 pollinator conservation specialists and several consultants across the U.S., and now helps to supervise the world’s largest pollinator conservation team.