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Grower Success Stories

Click on the links below to view profile stories on growers who have had success working with native pollinators.

Wild Pollinator Habitat Benefits Agriculture – The Nature Conservancy

Can Bees Build Soybean Yields? – Corn and Soybean Digest

New Pollination Resources Available – Growing Produce

Bee Threat at Planting – Corn and Soybean Digest

Native Pollinators Create a Buzz in Orange County -  Farm Progress

A Linkage Between Bees and Beef – The California Ranchland Conservation Coalition

Growers Worry about the Availability of Bees – Fruit Growers News

Healthy Bee Populations May Boost Soybean Yields – Iowa Farm Bureau Spokesman

The Squash Bee Bargain: Plant the Crop and They Will Come – Vegetable Grower News

Pollination Role of Native Bees Studied – Good Fruit Grower

Pollinators Increase Profit, Decrease Risks – CTIC Partners

Promoting Native Bees to Produce Alfalfa Seed – Hay & Forage Magazine

Bees May Aid Soybean Pod Set – Wallaces Farmer

Growers Send in More Bees to Boost Forces – Mid-South Farmer

Attract Native Bees for Pollination Boost – Michigan Farmer

Bees May Aid Soybean Pod Set – The Farmer

Apples, Berries, Native Bee Buzz – American Agriculturalist

Can Bees Benefit Your Beans? – Indiana Prairie Farmer

Native Bees Answering the Call for Pollination Services – Southern Farmer

Bigger Roles for Native Bees – Carolina-Virginia Farmer

Native Bees and California’s Pollination Crisis – California Farmer

Beeing Kind: Enrich Your Garden with Native Pollinators – Living the Country Life

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Viewpoints: Research on Bee Crisis Critical for Agriculture – The Sacramento Bee