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Pollinator Health and Policy Seminar Series

This seminar series is hosted by Penn State's Center for Pollinator Research, with funding from the College of Agricultural Sciences and the Huck Institutes for the Life Sciences. When permitted by the speakers, these seminars are made available for online viewing on this website.

For upcoming seminars, please visit the Center home page. For more information, please contact .

Pennsylvania Farm Bureau - Policies and Practices Supporting Pollinators at PA Farm Bureau

Pollinator Seminar video lead photo

Charles Vorisek, PFB Commodities Rep - Apiary, PA State Beekeepers Association, NW PA Beekeepers Association, Vorisek's Backyard BeeFarm LLC.

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The Pollinator Stewardship Council - Collaborations: education, advocacy, action

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Michele Colopy, Pollinator Stewardship Council

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Pollinator Conservation Policy at the USDA: Taking the Farm Bill to the Farm Field

Pollinator Conservation Policy at the USDA: Taking the Farm Bill to the Farm Field

Mace Vaughan, Pollinator Program Co-Director, the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation Joint Pollinator Conservation Specialist, USDA West Nat'l Tech Support Center

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No Bees……No Berries - Behind a wild blueberry stakeholder's investment in pollinator health

No Bees ..... No Berries Lead Image

Ed Flanagan (Wyman’s of Maine)

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Formal application of common sense to integrate our knowledge of bees into fruit farm management decisions (PowerPoint Presentation) 

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Understanding the Effects of Honey Bee Habitat Decline

 Lead Photo for Seminar 3 (new)

By Zac Browing, American Beekeeping Federation

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USDA-NIFA Programs Fostering Innovative Solutions for Pollinator Health and Management

USDA-NIFA Programs

By Mary Purcell-Miramontes, USDA-NIFA Institute for Food Production and Sustainability

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Herbicide drift impact on floral resources and pollination services: A landscape approach (Adobe Connect)

by David Mortensen & Melanie Kammerer

By David Mortensen & Melanie Kammerer, Plant Sciences Department, Penn State University