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Pollinator Conservation: The Human Dimensions
A bumble bee sits on some flowers in High Park
Join bee expert Sheila Colla for her presentation on pollinator declines in Canada and how we can conserve them and prevent their extinction.
The decline of pollinators has become a mainstream environmental issue in recent years. Despite intense public support and some political will, species are still in decline. Join bee expert Sheila Colla for her presentation titled “Pollinator Conservation: The Human Dimensions.”
This presentation will summarize what we currently know about pollinator declines in Canada and what the next steps should be to conserve species before they reach the point of extinction. Various human-related ... view more »
Due to limited availability, parking is not recommended near the High Park Nature Centre. We strongly recommend that you park at the free parking lot near the Grenadier Café located in the centre of High Park. In case you're driving please enter High Park from the east on Parkside Drive and High Park Boulevard and drive west on Centre Road to reach the Grenadier Café's parking lot. If you wish to drop-off at the High Park Nature Centre merge onto and drive north up Colborne Lodge Drive until you reach the swimming pool and tennis courts. You may only exit High Park through the north gates on Bloor Street West and High Park Avenue.
If you're biking, we have bike racks located right outside the High Park Nature Centre.
We strongly recommend using public transit as we are conveniently located just a 5-minute walk from the High Park Subway Station and a 15-minute walk from the High Park Loop Streetcar Station.