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Ecologist & Founder, Ecosphere Connect

Date & Time

Sunday Sun, 26 Sep 2021

Location (for BIC Venue, BIC Hybrid and BIC Cafe)

Bangalore International Centre
7, 4th Main Road, Domlur II Stage
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560 071 India
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+91 98865 99675 bic@bangaloreinternationalcentre.org

Pollinator gardens are the easiest way to understand both insect and plant diversity and it is always fun and fulfilling to welcome these beautiful winged visitors and see them through all their stages of life.

This session- on the occasion of Big Butterfly Month- will introduce us to the basics of butterfly ecology in our cities and help us explore the prospect of creating micro habitats for butterflies and pollinators, anywhere- be it a balcony, a large garden or on the roadside.

Ecologist Prerna Agarwal will take us through practical tips on planting butterfly-friendly species and caring for them to create healthy homes which attract and persuade butterflies to stay and thrive.

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Prerna Agarwal

Ecologist & Founder, Ecosphere Connect
Prerna Agarwal is an ecologist, entrepreneur and founder- Ecosphere Connect with a special interest in plant-animal interactions. She has worked in the field of nature conservation for 10+ years.  Her core area of work includes designing and restoring biodiversity-friendly green spaces (eg. butterfly gardens, biodiversity parks) in urban landscapes, plantation consultancy, urban farming projects, content development for nature education, and working as a knowledge partner for environment related training & workshops.
Ecosphere Connect is an ecological enterprise based out of Pune, India. Using our expertise in ecology and native plant knowledge, our vision is to transform green spaces into biodiversity and food growing hubs to make our cities resilient. Ecosphere Connect, hopes to help citizens create biodiversity-friendly backyards which are  stepping stones for better habitats and the first step towards biodiversity conservation.