|Speaker:||Frank Glew, Ph.D.|
|Date:||January 24, 2017|
|Time:||7:00pm to 9:00pm|
Kitchener Public Library
85 Queen St N
Kitchener ON N2H 2H1
Room: Meeting Room C (Lower level)
Bees and wild pollinators are mysteriously dying off all over the world and no one clearly knows why. A third of all our food depends on Honey Bee pollination. Seventy five percent of all plants depend upon animal pollination. A world without pollinators would be devastating to our food production. What happens to the bees will happen to us. We need to think seriously of the legacy we are leaving our children and grandchildren. Learn what we can do to help.
Frank holds a doctorate in Environmental Science and is the author of 11 primary nature picture books. They include thebest selling book, That Chickadee Feeling. Each book has a common environmental theme using animals as a vehicle to create a compelling message and a voice for children and nature. He has taught all grades from one to university. He is the recipient of 14 awards for his work, including the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal, 2002, and the Richard’s Educational Award, 2006.
These programs are a joint initiative of the Kitchener Horticultural Society and the Kitchener Public Library.
There is no charge for admission but your generous support is appreciated.