Record Display for the EPA National Library Catalog
RECORD NUMBER: 2 OF 18
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Flowers are Bee-Loved: Planting for Pollinators and Our Own Well-Being.|
|Author||Adamson, Nancy Lee,|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,|
|Subjects||Insect pollinators--Habitat. ; Beneficial insects--Conservation. ; Native plants for cultivation--North Carolina.|
|Collation||1 computer disc (55 minutes) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in + 1 PDF presentation (96 slides) and 1 document with summary (1 page).|
Title from the Cutting Edge Speaker Series EPA intranet website. Disc contains a video of the presentation, along with a PDF of the slideshow as presented and a document with a summary of the presentation. "September 27, 2018"--Disc label. "Made by: Audio Visual Services, provided by OARM-FMSD." "This DVD is formatted to work on your PC. It will not function in a standard DVD player"--Disc label.
"In her talk, 'Flowers are Bee-Loved: Planting for Pollinators and Our Own Well-Being,' Dr. Adamson will highlight some of the 500 native bees in North Carolina, their importance in local food production, and their connections to our native plants, wildlife, and watersheds. She will share how we can better support diverse pollinators and other insects that help keep garden pest populations in balance." --Cutting Edge Speaker Series webpage.