TPPC POLLINATOR PROTECTION WORKGROUP

ABOUT

In January 2016 the TPPC established a pollinator protection workgroup.

Membership: open to any tribe working on developing a tribal pollinator protection plan. Other government agencies invited to participate.

Purpose: to serve as a support network for tribes working to take actions to protect pollinators; to develop guidelines or a template for a tribal pollinator protection plan; and to raise the visibility of the challenges tribes face as they work to protect pollinators.

Format: monthly conference calls to meet for one year.

Organization: the group may organize itself as it chooses and as such will identify a chairperson to lead group activities and a secretary to assist with planning calls, taking notes, and tracking action items.

Activities: monitor the experience of each tribe as they work to develop pollinator protection plans. Document the lessons learned. Develop a clearinghouse of tribal pollinator protection resources for tribes.

MEETING INFORMATION

Next Meeting: TBD
Call-In Number: TBD

Agenda

  • coming soon

Our meetings are each second Wednesday of the month.

RESOURCES

For pollinator resources, click here
For work group resources, click here

CONTACT

Mary Rust
TPPC Pollinator Protection Workgroup Lead
U.S. EPA, Office of Pesticide Programs
(703) 308-2718
Email: rust.mary@epa.gov