Clemson University

Bee a Friend to Pollinators (Summer 2024)

This course begins on June 11, 2024, and concludes on July 9, 2024. Registration will remain open until the first day or until the course is full.

In Bee a Friend to Pollinators, K12 educators will enter the world of the small but mighty pollinators that live alongside us in the Southeastern United States. In this course, you will meet some insects and plants that use pollination to provide us with foods we love. After discovering the impact of pollinators, you will dive into ways to contribute to pollinator conservation and get your students involved. You will learn how to incorporate pollinator activities in your classroom and how to plan a school or community pollinator project.

This online course focuses on both content and application. As an educator participating in this course, you will learn the basics of pollination, pollinators, and their importance; you will also develop skills to teach the content in your educational context through lesson plans, student activities, and other curricular resources. 

Dial-In Information

To participate fully in this course, you will need:

  • An active email address for the individual participating in the course.
  • A desktop computer or laptop (recommended): Canvas is available on mobile devices, but some content may appear differently.
  • Access to a high-speed internet connection.
  • A web browser compatible with Canvas: Chrome and Firefox are recommended.
  • Headphones or speakers (closed captioning also available).
  • Computer skills including Internet browsing, using email, typing, downloading files, and basic troubleshooting.

Tuesday, June 11 to 12:00am

Virtual Event

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Event Type

Cooperative Extension

Target Audience

All Audiences


Cooperative Extension Service, Statewide





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