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Bee-Driven Environmental Monitoring Presentation

  • Center for P.E.A.C.E. and Community 44 Summer Street Bath, ME 04530 (map)

JOIN scientists Bach Kim Nguyen and Michaël van Cutsem of Belgium to discuss biodiversity, pesticide and heavy metal results from bee pollen tests at five sites in Kennebec Estuary.

BRAINSTORM how this new approach to environmental monitoring can be applied, including implications for conservation, policy, education and business!


When: Wednesday Jan. 16, 2019 at 6:00pm

Where: Center for P.E.A.C.E. and Community in Bath

Located at 44 Summer Street

RSVP required by Monday, Jan. 14 - Space is limited.

at (207) 442-8400 or email

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Created by Bach Kim Nguyen and Michaël van Cutsem, BeeOdiversity aims to track and boost biodiversity and promote pollinators through an innovative scientific approach analyzing bee pollen.

KELT, Nourish (the international Nourishment Economies coalition), and BeeOdiversity are partnering to demonstrate this concept in the United States for the first time. This bee-driven environmental monitoring approach promises a practical, future-focused mechanism to help communities, scientists, policymakers and businesses build on each other’s work.

Join our full team as we share preliminary results from the Kennebec Estuary and examples of how the approach is working in parts of Europe. Help us think about what structures and actions make sense for KELT, Maine and our country. Local support and insight is critical for moving this initiative to next steps!

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Tree Appreciation Walk