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Pollination: The lone bees
Consider the addition of a solitary bee hotel to your garden this season!
What’s the milkweed-monarch connection?
Though the lives of milkweeds and monarchs are ecologically intertwined, the relationship is far from exclusive.
How do I attract native bees to my yard and garden?
Native bees, among other pollinators, play a vital role in the production of the food we eat and the plants we enjoy. Attract beneficial bees to your garden with these plants.
Bees create buzz with annual 4-H challenge
Thousands of students in Ohio and seven other states will learn why bees dancing is a vital aspect of honeybee pollination as they participate in this year's 4-H Ag Innovations Experience, the Honey Bee Challenge.
Ohio farmers, researcher needs a few soybean fields for pollinator study
What pollinators are active in Ohio soybean crops? An Ohio State researcher wants to find out, but needs some help.
Save the bees: Ortho removes pesticides thought to harm pollinators
The leading maker of home and garden pest control is removing neonicotinoids from its products.
Symposium provides insights to states, partners working to support pollinator health
The Honey Bee Health Coalition brings together beekeepers, growers, researchers, government agencies, agribusinesses and other key partners to improve the health of honey bees and other pollinators.
How to build a bee box for native pollinators
Attracting native bees to your yard and garden helps your landscape thrive and supports surrounding ecosystems.
Giving pollinators the right of way
In an effort to combat a steady decrease in pollinator populations, Ohio State University’s Mansfield campus is implementing a Monarch Right of Way, pollinator demonstration plot.
Pollinators are needed to keep the world green
By SCOTT SHALAWAY Every year, the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture designates a week in June as National Pollinator Week. The effort is intended to draw...