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PolliNation | A Pollinator Health Podcast

Mar 12, 2018

Listen in to learn about how John got started with nucleus colonies, how he has influenced other beekeepers, and what he saw change in his bees over time.

“We examined a number of different beekeeping operations, and it came out that nuc production was the best way to make money. “ - John Gates.

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Mar 5, 2018

Listen in to learn about Mark’s work on bees and their communication, how his publications have impacted beekeepers everywhere, and his upcoming release.

“If I was going to hang out with beekeepers, I needed to learn how to communicate with them effectively, and I learned very quickly that beekeepers are way smarter...

Feb 26, 2018

Listen in to learn more about how honeybees affect global regions, which pollinators are the most effective, and how studies could improve their research.

“In the fight for bee conservation, we shouldn’t be focusing on honeybees because that’s an agricultural and economic issue, not a conservation issue.” -...

Feb 19, 2018

Listen in to learn how your local and country agencies have fought for pollinator health, and what changes are taking place with farmers and regulators.

“To have this already written plan that has already been agreed upon as a good idea would be really useful for people who want to do the right thing, but aren’t...

Feb 12, 2018

Listen in to learn more about the Monarch butterfly, what Monarch waystations are and why they exist, and their unique system of migration.

“The adult butterfly weighs half as much as a paperclip, yet they fly 40 miles a day and up to 700 miles [to their destination].“ - Tom Landis.

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