Pollinators in the Press

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Urban Beekeepers Keep Cities Abuzz with Pollinators

Scientific American
March 31st, 2009
By Katherine Harmon


Plan Bee: As Honeybees Die Out, Will Other Species Take Their Place?

Scientific American
March 31st, 2009
By Christopher Mims


Pollinator park an ideal solution

Guelph Mercury
March 30th, 2009


Oft-shunned pollinators find a home

KW The Record
March 28th, 2009


Missing bumblebee creates a big buzz

York Alumni Matters
March 27th, 2009


Bees Prefer Shortest Distance Between Two Flowers

Journal Article: Walters, S.A., and Schultheis, J.R. Directionality of Pollinator Movements in Watermelon Plantings. HortScience, 2009 44: 49-52 (link)
March 26th, 2009


Council gives OK to beekeeping, Burnaby, BC

March 25, 2009
Burnaby Now


Wild Bees Can Be Effective Pollinators

Original Article: Tuell, J.K., Ascher, J.S., Isaacs, R. Wild Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) of the Michigan Highbush Blueberry Agroecosystem. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, Volume 102, Number 2, March 2009 , pp. 275-287(13) (link)
March 25th, 2009


Almond growers find bees plentiful in otherwise tough year

March 21st, 2009
The Bakersfield Californian
Related to The Economist Story: The bees are back in town


Beekeepers told to take bees to clinics (UK)

March 19th, 2009
Western Morning News


Elizabeth Elle in the news: Scientists still wary after science minister confirms belief in evolution

March 18th, 2009
CBC News


Biotech Company Creates Bee Vaccines

March 16th, 2009


Maryland dog roams far and wide for bee colony diseases

March 15th, 2009


Penn State Program Promotes Pollinator-Friendly Gardening

March 13th, 2009
By Michele Rodgers
PSU Ag Science News


'CSI' Bee Deaths May Wane as Scientists Probe Diet, Hunt Killer

March 13th, 2009
By Alan Bjerga
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The bees are back in town

March 5th 2009
The Economist print edition
The economic crisis has contributed to a glut of bees in California. (click here for PDF)

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