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Promoting / Cultivating Diversity in Pollinator Conservation


Join us at the

Colorado Pollinator Summit

Monday, November 6th


The Colorado Pollinator Summit

is on Monday, November 6th, at Denver Botanic Gardens.

The theme for 2023 is:

Promoting / Cultivating Diversity in Pollinator Conservation

Register Here

We are excited to announce the 8th Annual Colorado Pollinator Summit, where we’ll welcome internationally, nationally, and regionally recognized pollinator experts to present and discuss diversity in the pollinator world and among those who promote and practice pollinator conservation.

The Summit provides a platform to bring together a broad audience – from researchers, educators, land managers, and policy experts to community organizers, homeowners, and landowners – to cross-pollinate ideas and advance strategies to support Colorado’s pollinators.

With diversity as a focal point, we will:

1. Explore some of the less-known and underappreciated pollinators.

2. Investigate how diverse viewpoints and disciplines can bring new perspectives to conservation.

3. Explore the current state of Colorado pollinator health and how our state can overcome challenges and lead the way in innovative practices and policies

We hope you can join us for this inspirational and educational event!

For additional Summit details, visit our webpage.

Register Here

Thanks to our Pollinator Summit Sponsors!


Lacy Consulting Services




Do you have a pollinator-related project you’d like to

share at the Summit?

Email ayarger with details

about your project by October 30th.

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Collaboration Exploration

Butterfly Pavilion Ballroom

Friday, November 10

9-11:00 am

This post-summit gathering is an opportunity to gain summit attendees’ experiences and feedback. Please join us as we 1) summarize key points from the summit to build effective conservation collaborations, 2) identify vested organizations or groups that may be interested in building new collaborations, and 3) develop goals for future collaborations and next steps for creating new pollination conservation efforts here in CO.


If you’re interested in exhibiting or becoming a sponsor for the Pollinator Summit, you can find detailed directions by clicking HERE.
The Colorado Pollinator Summit Planning Team:

Amy Yarger, Butterfly Pavilion

Rella Abernathy, City of Boulder

Deryn Davidson, Colorado State University Extension

Adrian Carper, CU Museum of Natural History

Kate Hogan, Denver Audubon

Sonya Anderson, Denver Botanic Gardens

Joyce Kennedy, People and Pollinators Action Network

Steve Armstead, Xerces Society


People and Pollinators Action Network | PO Box 355, Niwot, CO 80544-0355
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