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Fête de l’abeille noire

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Saturday 12 Oct
Address salle Arletty 56360 Le Palais
Saturday, October 12 10am Opening of the exhibition Celebration of the black bee and nature at the B reduced from 10am to 18h Animations in the tent Educational trail with totems on the bee and biodiversity - Great fresco on Belle Ile in to blossom: Street art with workshop to realize the flowers - Chamboule hornet game with balls and boxes with the effigy of the Asian hornet 10:15 - 10:30 Official opening of the festival by the president of APCANBI, Jean-Claude Guenneteau, A great year actions to raise the awareness of communities and the Bellilois population about the protection of the Black Bee in general, and the environment in particular. Presentation of elected officials and speakers »10:30 - 11:15 Inauguration by the president of the community of communes, Frédéric Le Gars and intervention of Julien Froger, Deputy Director General. The skills of the community of communes in the economic development of the island. The agri-environmental and climate project - The bee at the heart of this process 11:30 - 12:30 Conference of FEdCAN President, Lionel Garnery, research director at the CNRS, specialist in the genetics of the black bee. Bee Conservatories: an innovative strategy based on sustainable beekeeping to reduce the decline of bees. 12h - 14h Lunch, under tent near the room. 10 to 15 €. Reservation: 06 07 08 22 55 14h15 - 15h Presentation of the CPIE house of the nature of Belle-Île by its president Georges Delpont. Conference of the director of CPIE, Guillaume Février, agronomist. Links between bee, agriculture and space in Belle-Île: landmarks 3:15 pm - 4:00 pm Lecture by Violette Le Féon, Lecturer at GRETIA under the nature contract for a better understanding of wild pollinators in Brittany. Biology of wild bees, diversity (notably on Belle-Île), role in the pollination of wild and cultivated plants, threats and conservation measures, interaction with the honey bee. 4:15 pm - 5:00 pm Pollinis Conference 6:30 pm Welcome by the town of Bangor, welcome drink and shows organized with the children of Belle-Ile schools. 20h Dinner at Bangor, multipurpose room, with show of Anti-Sisters. 10 to 15 €. Reservation: 06 07 08 22 55 Sunday, October 13 10h - 10:45 Conference by Gérard Arnold, research director at the CNRS Analysis of the multiple causes of failures in the evaluation of pesticide toxicity in Europe. »11h - 11h45 Lecture by Monique L'Hostis, Veterinary Dr, retired professor. Parasitology and Apicultural Pathology at the National Veterinary School, Agribusiness and Food Nantes-Atlantique (ONIRIS). Bees and health hazards, diversity, evolution. Lunch in a tent, near the room. 10 to 15 €. Reservation: 06 07 08 22 55 14h -15h30 Autumn Festival at Cassiopeia Garden, Bangor 4.30pm - 5.30pm Roundtable, FEDCAN conservatories. 5.30 pm Closing session: the time of conclusion and commitment.
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