North American Pollinator
Protection Campaign


October 20-22, 2015

US Department of the Interior
South Interior Building
1951 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20240



Please have the following information on hand before beginning registration:
1. Credit card information if you plan to pay your registration fee online. Your registration is not complete until payment has been received.
    LATE ends October 9: $395
    Optional Field Trip: $50 Donation

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NAPPC Conference Registration I will attend (full agenda available at:

Tuesday, October 20th Optional Field Trip- Great Falls National Park - 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (First come, first serve basis - limit 50 people)
VIP Evening Reception at the DOI South Penthouse - 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Wednesday, October 21st Public Session and NAPPC Member-only Working Session – DOI South Building - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday, October 22nd Final NAPPC Member-only Working Session - DOI South Building – 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM

Choose from the list the Task Force you'd like to join.

Check ONLY ONE box next to the Task Force you'd like to join. Bee Friendly Farming – Promote Bee Friendly Farming registration through collaboration with NRCS and other local agencies that support on-farm habitat for pollinators.
Bumble Bees – Develop effective analysis to certify clean stock in captive breeding techniques for Bombus in North America.
Federal Strategy Implementation - Build support and actions to implement the Federal Strategy on Pollinator Health. This taskforce will be comprised of federal and non-federal partners.
Forage, Nutrition and Roadside Planting – Support the development of increased acres of bee forage in key regions, work to increase access to existing potential forage for beekeepers. Develop guidelines for regional seed mixes.
Honey Bee Health – Determine priority criteria for 2016 Bee Health Grants and develop a sponsorship plan to increase support and partnerships for bee health research. Work to develop Bee MD APP.
Monarchs – Develop conservation supports for the monarch butterfly in conjunction with Monarch Joint Venture and other initiatives. Topics will include support for monarch migration, overwintering and habitat. Building on the Monarch Wings Across Americ
Pesticide Education – Develop and disseminate pesticide applicator training throughout the US and address other pressing pesticide issues.
Pollinator Webinars – Develop a series of webinars that can be used and distributed by NAPPC partners to provide outreach and education on key issues.
Urban Pollinators – Expand pollinator gardens in urban areas and promoting urban agriculture. Also working to print and distribute urban pollinator poster.
Vector-Born Diseases – Increase understanding of disease transmission mitigations and how they affect pollinator populations, develop management guidelines for municipalities, and develop publications for appropriate journals.
(Optional) Copy and paste a 1,000 character or less biography here. It will be available to other NAPPC participants in the Briefing Documents. Please write in paragraph form in the third person
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If yes, select one or more: Tuesday Evening Reception
Wednesday Morning Registration
Thursday Morning Registration
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LATE ends October 9: $395
Optional Field Trip: $50 Donation
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