Tag: pollination


Pollinator Week: Free books!

The only thing better than books is FREE books.

Whole Foods Produce Dept.

Will we have fruit in a future without bees?

Do people really still hand pollinate orchards in China? And why don’t they just get more bees?


Pollinator Week Squee

Since it’s Pollinator Week, and we talked about Squee and cuteness yesterday, how about an adorable video from New Zealand about pollination?

Bees, pesticides, and CCD: what’s the evidence?

When you apply epidemiology methods to CCD, you might be surprised at the answers you get.

Bee Basics

I realized that I had posted about this new publication on Twitter, but not here–this must be remedied ASAP! A beautiful publication was recently released by the USDA Forest Service and the Pollinator Partnership: Bee […]

It’s National Pollinator Week!

Once again, It’s time to celebrate the little animals that…facilitate plant sex by moving plant sperm around. I’ve discovered over time that a lot of people don’t actually know what pollination is, other than it’s […]

Pollinator Barbershop

Best line: “Don’t be a hater, I’m a pollinator.”  :D

New Bee/Pollination book!

It starts shipping in late March! ($23.50, plus postage.) Managing Alternative Pollinators: A Handbook for Beekeepers, Growers and Conservationists NRAES 186, SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education) Handbook 11 A step-by-step, full-color guide for rearing […]