What’s New


Bee ID Workshop & Introduction to Pollinator Insight Citizen Science App

Erin Udal & Geoff Campbell (Border Free Bees)
Okanagan Regional Library Mission Branch
Saturday May 13th, 1-4pm

Identify local bee species and learn to use science tools that will help track them!

With bumble bees, honey bees and other important pollinators facing population decline, there is a growing need for data that will help scientists determine the density and diversity of pollinators across different environments. Insight makes it easy to participate in this essential research and learn about the different types of pollinators. The Insight citizen science app was designed by Geoffrey Campbell for his Bachelor of Design thesis project at Emily Carr University of Art + Design.

Come out and learn how to identify local Bee species and how to use this fascinating new tool to become a Citizen Scientist and contribute to data collection that will help us understand our pollinators and what they are facing in our own communities.



This is a free event, but please register at:  https://pollinatorcitizenscienceapp.eventbrite.ca

Find out more about the insight app here:

Register to participate in the Nectar Trail at Border Free Bees:  http://borderfreebees.com/kelowna-nectar-trail/

To learn more about the Okanagan Nectar Trail: https://blogs.ubc.ca/theecoartincubator/kelowna-nectar-trail/


Image taken by Bob Lalonde


4 thoughts on “What’s New

  1. This is a most refreshing approach to a difficult issue. Please remain and fortify your organization. Connect with similar movements which are emerging albeit with less of an inclusive artistic bent and flourish!

  2. BeeWorkers!
    The Pollinating lectures and workshops over these last months have been enriching and wonderfully educational! I am excited about the upcoming exhibit & participating in the pollinator research with the Insight database!

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