Bees are expected to struggle most in California followed by Oregon, where meteorologists predict a hot, dry summer.
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Bees pollinate berries in northwest Washington before Asian giant hornet colonies mature in the summer, a sequence that may shield commercial beekeepers and farmers from being stung by the invasive wasp.
Oregon is the first state in the U.S. to create a Master Melittologists program that trains volunteers to become bee experts and use that knowledge to preserve and catalogue bees native to the state.
More than 30% of pesticide labels fail to follow Environmental Protection Agency recommendations and provide incorrect information about their toxicity to pollinators.
Loss of flowering plants and indiscriminate use of pesticides could seriously shrink mason bee and other wild bee populations, according to University of California-Davis researchers.
When people think about insects, they often think of them as unwelcome guests, from the line of ants leading into their pantry to the swarming mosquitos ruining their barbecue.
Two widely used agricultural pesticides intended as safe for pollinators actually shorten the lives of honey bees and cause significant physiological stress when sprayed at suggested rates, according to new research from Oregon State University.
(MODESTO, Calif.) — The Almond Board of California (ABC) and Pollinator Partnership are proud to announce the alignment of ABC’s California Al…