Connecting Farmers, Landscapers and Beekeepers to Protect Pollinators

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Pollinator protection is an important issue facing agriculture, land managers, beekeepers, and even homeowners. In order to foster communication between beekeepers and land managers, a working group of scientists, regulators, grower groups, and beekeepers have developed a series of flier for farmers, landscaper, and beekeepers.

These fliers highlight key information that beekeepers and farmers or landscapers should share in order to prevent pollinator injury and are available online here and via the NC Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services Pollinator Protection website.

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For farmers: Know your beekeeper

For landscapers: Know your beekeeper

For beekeepers: Know your farmer

For beekeepers: Know your landscaper

Protecting NC PollinatorsNCDA & CS

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Photo of Hannah Burrack, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Hannah BurrackAssoc. Professor and Extension Specialist (Berry, Tobacco and Specialty Crops) (919) 513-4344 hannah_burrack@ncsu.eduEntomology & Plant Pathology - NC State University
Updated on Aug 28, 2015
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