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    Registration for and access to view this session recording is available until June 19th, 2024 at 5 pm ET. We are unable to provide extensions.

Presenter: Evan Abramson

“Seeing lots of bees” does not necessarily mean that a landscape is pollinator-friendly. While activity at the pollination scale has repercussions throughout the food web, most current efforts only benefit a few common species, rather than the range of wild pollinators needed for real ecosystem resiliency. In this presentation we will explore scalable, replicable models of plant selection and habitat design for a variety of landscape environments including campuses, conservation properties, public parks, working lands, and residential gardens. We will also explore how each of these landscape types can serve as building blocks for linking intact natural areas across our existing fragmented landscape.

Date & Time: Tuesday, March 19, 2024, 3:00 - 4:15 PM ET
-The session will be recorded and viewable to registrants for 3 months after the live session date. 

Location: Virtual

Fee: $42
-Wild Ones member discount: If you have already emailed your member status verification for a previous course, please look out for our email sending the new code for this Virtual Series. If you have not yet, please email verification of member status to [email protected] for discount code.
-Students please email verification of student status to [email protected] for discount code.
-Two free Student Scholarships are available for this session. Applications reviewed on a rolling basis. Please send letter of interest, resume, and verification of student status (ie. student ID, course schedule) to [email protected].

Event Category: Professional

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Register by: 3 months after the live session date

We want to thank our Institutional Ally: 


Evan Abramson, MSc is the Founder and Principal of Landscape Interactions. A landscape designer and regional planner, he works closely with project partners along every step of the process, from conception through design, implementation and maintenance. Since 2019, Landscape Interactions has been responsible for over 300 acres of habitat installed in the Northeast, specifically targeting at-risk bee and lepidoptera species for each project location. He holds a Master of Science in Ecological Design from the Conway School of Landscape Design, Certificates in Permaculture Design and Biodynamic Gardening, and is the author of numerous publications, including Pollinate Now: Bioregional Strategy for Habitat Restoration in the Hudson River Estuary WatershedLincoln Pollinator Action Plan: Planting for Biodiversity and Climate ResilienceFarming for BiodiversityEgremont Pollinator Pathway; and Great Barrington Pollinator Action Plan: Connecting Habitat and Community. 


Registration is open and recording is viewable for 3 months after the live session date. Students please email verification of student status to [email protected] for discount code.


  • Recording: Will this course be recorded for me to view later? Do I have to attend the live session in order to access the recording?

    The entire course will be recorded and available (not downloadable) to all registrants after the live session ends for three (3) months. If you are registered, you do not need to attend the live session in order to access the recording.

  • Recording: Can I purchase only the recording later?

    You can register for 3 months past the live session date, and access the materials - including the recording - until that point.

  • Webinar Platform: Which webinar platform will the live session be held on?

    Zoom Webinar. Please make sure to download the Zoom application (https://zoom.us/download) and download the latest Zoom update if needed prior to the live course. We recommend that you join at least 5-10 minutes prior to the start time. The instructor will use PowerPoint presentations. *If you have any technical difficulties during the session and need to contact us, please email Sara Weaner, NDAL Executive Director, at [email protected] instead of calling.*

  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs): Which CEUs are approved for this course?

    We are seeking approval for CEUs by the following organizations: APLD, LA CES, & NOFA.

  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs): Can I get CEUs for taking this course?

    As this is considered a live course, those seeking LA CES CEUs must watch the session and complete the quiz on the Portal by *two weeks* after the live session date. Ensure that your Portal profile indicates ASLA/LACES under the CEU section and email [email protected] if you make any changes to your profile CEU section. You will then receive an email with your completion certificate within 3-4 weeks. || For APLD & NOFA CEUs, please self-report to those organizations using your registration confirmation email.