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Mar 25, 2019

Listen in to learn all about pollen: how to collect and identify it, how it can be used in forensics, and the tools that researchers have developed to source it from particular plants.

“The fun thing about pollen and why palynology is a thing is that every species of plant will produce a unique pollen grain to that...

Mar 18, 2019

Listen in to learn about Dr. Delphia's bee atlas projects, why Montana is a "black hole" of bee data, and where to find the coolest native bees of Montana.

“It’s really great to be working on bees in Montana and it’s also not so great. It’s great because there are so many things to discover and it’s also not...

Mar 11, 2019

Learn how Kim Flottum is taking beekeeping education into the future, and how he is following in legendary beekeeping educator Amos Root's footsteps.

"We have gone from pencil-writing answers to letters, to the electronic age, and it has opened the door to anybody and everybody who wants to talk about anything." - Kim...

Mar 4, 2019

Listen in to learn how golf courses can better serve pollinators and their habitats through curating their plants, flowers, and maintenance schedule.

"Golf courses are these really unique islands of vegetation within these urban lands." - Rebecca Perry.

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