Meet NMW Partner – The Xerces Society

Established in 1971, the Xerces Society is at the forefront of invertebrate protection, harnessing the knowledge of scientists and the enthusiasm of local citizens to implement conservation and education programs. Over the past four decades, Xerces has protected endangered species and their habitat, produced ground-breaking publications on insect conservation, trained thousands of farmers and land managers to protect and manage habitat, and raised awareness about the invertebrates of forests, prairies, deserts, creeks, wetlands, and oceans. For more information about the organization and it’s conservation work, visit www.xerces.org or connect via Facebook.

A field day lead by Jessa Guisse, Xerces’ pollinator habitat specialist in California, at the USDA-NRCS Lockeford Plant Materials Center. The meadow was created by Jessa and the PMC staff as a demonstration site for pollinator habitat.
Photo by Jim Cairns, California NRCS.

Participants in a workshop run to train volunteers how to identify dragonflies and monitor their migration. Xerces is a lead partner in the Migratory Dragonfly Partnership, and has organized a series of workshops across the country.
Photo by Brianna Borders, The Xerces Society

 

 

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