Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 19, 2021

Webinar – Biological Control in Urban Parks: Sept. 23rd

from the Xerces Society
Join Paola Olaya Arenas, a postdoctoral fellow at Institute Alexander von Humboldt, as she talks about her research on insect pests and natural enemies in Bogotá. Her work has parallels for encouraging beneficial insects in parks and gardens everywhere. Paola was one of our DeWind Award recipients in 2016 for her studies of the pesticide risk exposure of monarch butterflies inhabiting agricultural land in Indiana. She has since moved to work at the Institute Alexander von Humboldt, which focuses its research on biodiversity restoration and conservation in Colombia. Learn more about this event

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