Photo by Doreen Schroeder.
July 10 - September 30, 2019 at the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization's Stormwater Learning Center.
About the Exhibit
The University of St. Thomas Pollinator Path and Sustainable Communities Partnership (SCP) Arts bring Pollinator Pathways to the Stormwater Learning Center this July to celebrate pollinators and their habitat.
This interactive exhibit creates space for us to stop and observe pollinators closely, to learn about their relationships to flowers, and to ponder their value to society. This exhibit features drawings, photographs, and interactive activities that seek to inspire wonder, joy, and appreciation for the diversity and value of pollinators in the Twin Cities and beyond.
Pollinator Pathways is the result of a multi-year partnership between SCP and the St. Thomas Department of Biology's Pollinator Path to enrich the ecological and educational value of the Pollinator Path through course-based collaborations across disciplines. The Pollinator Path transforms parts of the University of St. Thomas St. Paul campus into an open-air lab for observing pollinators in action and enriching pollinator habitat — anyone can walk the path, from college students, campus visitors, neighbors, and kids on field trips.
This exhibit features collaborative work from SCP Arts / Pollinator Path course collaborations with General Biology Labs (BIOL 101) and Plants, Food, and Medicine (BIOL 315) and SCP Artist-in-Residence Sarah Nelson. It will also include original illustrations from Nelson and photography by Doreen Schroeder, co-founder of the Pollinator Path.
- Saturday, August 10, 10am-12pm: Catherine Grant and Doreen Schroeder, co-founders of the University of St. Thomas Department of Biology’s Pollinator Path, will lead a walk through the MWMO's pollinator plantings on-site, paired with the exhibit’s interactive, illustrated activity guides. Kids and adults of all ages will be immersed in the wonder of pollinators! All participants can bring home an illustrated activity guide to observe pollinators and their habitat in their own yards, neighborhoods, and beyond!
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