Identifying landscape features that promote honey bee health through a beekeeper-scientist partnership.
Applications now being accepted for the 2017 Dutch Gold Honey Undergraduate Scholarship for research in honey bee biology and health
Last year the U.S. lost a mind-boggling 44 percent of its honeybee colonies. Certain bee species — including the rusty-patched bumblebee and Hawaiian yellow-faced bees — are on the brink of extinction. Even "Buzz the Bee" disappeared from Honey Nut Cheerios boxes earlier this month because General Mills decided removing the familiar mascot could help spotlight the problem.
Please fill out this form to submit your registration to the Penn State Center for Pollinator Research, Landscapes for Bee Project.
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