Performers and Programs

Program Information

Program name: THE VANISHING POLLINATORS AND OUR FOOD
Program category: Life Skills- Food
Nature- Environment
Nature- Gardening
Program length: 90 minutes
Audience level: Adult
Audience size: no minimum or maximum
Program description: Learn how the phenomenon called Colony Collapse Disorder is threatening the existence of Honeybees and Monarch Butterflies. Gary Feldman, consumer food educator and innovator in the retail nutritional supplement field, will talk about these life-sustaining members of our ecosystem and what their purpose is. Learn the connection between a class of pesticides and the decimation of our precious pollinators. We will discuss how the decline of these keystone indicator species will greatly affect the availability and cost of food throughout the world. Find out which food growers use the least toxic pesticides. Learn the fruitful things we can do to work with nature to keep the honeybees buzzing and the butterflies flourishing.
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Travel restrictions:
Program fee: $201- $350
Is this fee negotiable? Yes
Mileage included? Yes
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Regions this program
can be performed in:
Metro
Southeastern
Long Island
Program last updated: 06/29/2015
   
Performer Information (see all of this performer's programs)
Performer name: GARY (ORGANIC FOOD/NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS) FELDMAN
Phone: garyteach1@gmail.com
Mailing address: P.O. Box 220123
Great Neck, NY 11022
E-mail address: garyteach1@gmail.com
   
Previous appearances at: Port Washington Adult Ed, Shelter Rock Public Library, Farmingdale Public Library, Taught at Queensborough Community College (CUNY), Great Neck Library
Contact information for New York State Public Libraries
Performer information last updated: 05/31/2019

 

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