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Soil & Plants: Pollinators
Pollinators in the News
5 Ways You Can Offset Declining Bee Populations with Your Garden
Announcing New Steps to Promote Pollinator Health
Information from the interagency Task Force to create a Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators.
Buzzworthy: How You Can Help America's Pollinators
The mysterious disappearance of honeybees known as colony collapse disorder no longer is the threat that it once was. But bees of all stripes still need a little help.
Common Crop Chemical Leaves Bees Susceptible to Deadly Viruses
How to Create a Butterfly Garden
Pesticide Additive Could Be One Culprit in Bee Deaths
A common pesticide additive, known as an "inert" ingredient, could be one of the causes of the die-offs beekeepers have observed in their hives.
Pollinator: Judgement Day
The continued decline of bee colonies — they fell by a third from 2016 to 2017 — has inspired some criminal enterprises.
South Carolina Beekeepers Association
Information on the business of beekeeping and honey bees in SC.
Pesticides & Pollinator Decline
Pesticide Action Network
Honeybees Keep on Survivin'
Modern Farmer Magazine
American Beekeeping Federation
National organization working in the interest of all beekeepers, large or small.
Information and hive technologies that encourage and enable backyard beekeepers to be successful.
Elephants and Bees Project
Beehive Fences used as a natural elephant deterrent creating a social and economic boost to poverty-stricken rural communities through pollination services and the sustainable harvesting of “Elephant-Friendly Honey”.
Grow The Rainbow: their goal is to grow ONE BILLION wildflowers in support of the declining bee population.
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