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An American Society of Agronomy webinar sponsored by the National Corn Growers Association.

By following a few proven recommendations for site preparation, planting, and managing pollinator habitat can produce significant results and benefits. This webinar will outline some of those key considerations along with new opportunities to access free pollinator seed mixtures and technical guidance through support from the National Corn Growers Association and others.

Speakers:

  • Peter Berthelsen is Partnership Director of The Bee and Butterfly Habitat Fund. He also provides consulting services for wildlife and pollinator habitat needs through Conservation Blueprint, LLC. Peter previously worked at Pheasants Forever, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, and the U.S. Forest Service. He has a B.S. degree in Wildlife from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and an M.S. degree in Wildlife Science from Texas Tech University.
  • Brandon Hunnicutt is the Owner of Hunnicutt Farms and serves as a member of the Corn Board of the National Corn Growers Association, a farmer-led trade association with offices in Washington, D.C. and St. Louis, Missouri. Brandon raises corn, soybeans, seed corn, popcorn, and sorghum on his family farm in Giltner, Nebraska. Along with his father, Daryl, and brother, Zach, he utilizes the latest technologies while integrating conservation tillage practices and cover crops on a nearly 100% irrigated farm.

Registration for the webinar includes access to the live webinar and a link to a recording of the webinar. The live webinar broadcast will be delivered via GoToWebinar.  After registering, you will receive an email with a link to register with GoToWebinar to receive the connection information. The recording link will be emailed to you and will be available approximately one week from the scheduled date. This link will be valid for 30 days and can only be used by the registrant.

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