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January 27: Sue Chan “Pollinators: The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful”

Susan Chan is an advocate for native pollinators and is the author of ASue Chan photo (small) Landowner’s Guide to Conserving Native Pollinators in Ontario. She has made many presentations across Ontario to a wide a variety of audiences on the subject of pollinator conservation. Susan has an academic background in agriculture (McGill University) and education (U.W.O.), including a Master of Science degree in pollination biology from Guelph University. Susan manages the Native Pollinator Program and the Farming Mentorship Program for Farms at Work. She is also an active ecological beekeeper, member of the Central Ontario Beekeepers Association, lecturer at Trent University and Fleming College’s Sustainable Agriculture Program, co-founder of the Lakefield Farmers’ Market and owner of Ten for Joy Farm.

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