Learn about native bees and their habitat with Lynn Westcott!
About this workshop
This one-day workshop involves a presentation, discussion, and walking field trip component. Refreshments and snacks will be served.
- Please dress appropriately – rain or shine!
- Please bring a lunch.
- All ages welcome.
About Lynn Westcott, Entomologist, MSC
Lynn is an entomologist living in Smithers. She studied at Simon Fraser University, obtaining an MSc in Biological Sciences from SFU with a focus on honey bee biology. Lynn operates an environmental consultancy and has lived and worked throughout northern BC, northern Alberta, and the West Kootenay region in southern BC. Lynn works with aquatic insects, but her primary entomological area-of-interest is native bees and their role in plant pollination.
- Members $30
- Non-members $40
- Kids 6-12 $5
- Kids 0-5 Free
Please complete the form below in full. Payment is made at the door by cash/cheque. Please arrive 15 min early. Receipts available upon request.