Ninth Annual Pollinator Dinner

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Ninth Annual Pollinator Dinner
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Ninth Annual Pollinator Dinner says
Join us for a special "Native Foods, Native Peoples and Native Pollinators" dinner focusing on the rich food and cultural history of Native Americans that native pollinators help provide and learn what you can do to conserve pollinators and preserve our food cultures. Before dinner, pick up seeds, enjoy a honey tasting and a honey bee pollinated beverage as you visit exhibitor tables and displays about Native Americans, bees and other pollinators, food and agriculture, and gardening and habitat restoration. After dinner, sip mead and enjoy a presentation by Jane Breckenridge, co-director of Tribal Environmental Action for Monarchs (TEAM), “Restoring the Connections: How Native Culture and Science Are Working Together to Create a New Model for Conservation.” Come join us as we celebrate National Pollinator Week

June 20, 2017
6 p.m. Exhibits and cash bar
7:15 p.m. Dinner
8:30 p.m. Speaker Jane Breckenridge The Living World

Reservations
$50 for adults (13 and older)
$25 for children (2 to 12 years old)
Proceeds help support the Saint Louis Zoo’s Wildcare Institute Center for Native Pollinator Conservation.

To register call (314) 646-4897.
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By: Saint Louis Zoo