Join Us this evening, Monday, June 3, 2019 for the
Los Angeles County Beekeepers Association Monthly Meeting!
Michele Colopy has been the Program Director of the Pollinator Stewardship Council since March 2013. Her father was a beekeeper in southeast Ohio. She keeps honey bees in the city, and has replaced her crabgrass front yard with pesticide-free pollinator flowers for her honey bees and native pollinators.
Ms. Colopy holds a Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management/Arts Administration. Her nonprofit experience includes work in the performing arts, housing and homelessness, foreclosure prevention, community development, and health and wellness. She is currently the Treasurer of Ohio State Beekeepers Association.
The mission of the Pollinator Stewardship Council, Inc. is to defend managed and native pollinators vital to a sustainable and affordable food supply from the adverse impact of pesticides.
As pollination is required for one-third of the nation’s food supply, we strive to accomplish our mission through the following activities:
Affect regulatory processes of pesticide risk assessment, label, and enforcement.
Provide advocacy, guidance and tools to document the detrimental effect of pesticides on pollinators.
Raise awareness about the adverse impact of pesticides on pollinators critical to the supply of food and the ecosystem.