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Oct 30, 2017

In today’s episode, we will learn about Skyler’s work with pollinators, his projects with citizen scientists, and how you can get started in taxonomy.

“Things like ‘Bees In Your Backyard’ are really helpful, but until you have the bee in your hand, it’s really difficult to know what you’ve got.“ - Skyler...

Oct 23, 2017

Listen in to this episode to learn about how you can keep your colonies safe from varroa mites, and what tools you can use to prevent and manage them.

“It’s not if your colony has varroa mites, that’s not the question you should be asking. You should be asking how many mites does my colony have? ” - Dr. Dewey M....

Oct 16, 2017

We will be talking about mosquito abatement techniques, their effect on pollinator health, and the research Kristen’s team has done to keep them safe.

“They really wanted to know if what they were doing with mosquito control was killing bees, so they asked if we could help address that topic.” - Kristen...

Oct 9, 2017

Listen in to learn George's experience as a land manager, good practice in cultivating pollinator habitats, and his work in the advocacy of pollinators.

“We’re creating in many areas what are virtually pollinator deserts.“ - George Hansen.

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Oct 2, 2017

Listen in to learn more about the Oregon Flora Project, and the amazing benefits their research and data collection has on pollinators.

“The Oregon Flora Project is striving to make information useful and relevant…to a broad sector of the population.“ - Linda Hardison

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