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Thoughtful Thursday this week: Pollinator Census

Can you spot the pollinators? How about the impostors?

Have you been hearing about the Great Georgia Pollinator Census? It is scheduled for August 23-24, 2019, and is just around the corner!

Becky Griffin, coordinator of the census, will be online with us THIS THURSDAY, August 8, at 2 pm, to tell us more about the census during our Thoughtful Thursday session. She’ll tell us how we can be a part of it and explain all the resources available to support it.

Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 2:00 – 2:30 pm

How to join us:

  1. A few minutes before 2 pm, click on this link from your computer or tablet: https://tinyurl.com/ThoughtfulThursday-MGEV   (If you click on the link before August 8, you’ll just see nothing!)
  2. Be sure to mute your microphone by clicking the button that looks like a speaker. You can unmute to ask questions during Q&A time.
  3. Ask questions! Bring your questions for Becky. Use your microphone to ask your question or type it into the chat box.

Each 2019 recording will be posted in MGLOG, so even if you miss the live session, you will be able to watch the recording. Then, don’t forget to record your time spent viewing Thoughtful Thursday sessions, live or recorded, as Continuing Education (CE)! To do so, complete the short “Report Continuing Education” form in MGLOG. When recording the number of hours, be sure you input 0.5 hours. These online sessions are just 30 minutes, and MGLOG requires the input of the 0 before the decimal point to record the half hour entry correctly. Be sure to insert the record, and then you’re done! Pretty simple!

Hope you will plan on being a part of both Thoughtful Thursday and the census!

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Sheri is the State Coordinator for the Georgia Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Program and Extension Specialist for Consumer Ornamentals. When she is not traveling about the state of Georgia admiring the work of Georgia Master Gardener Extension Volunteers, she spends time in her own (real and virtual) gardens.