By: The Honey Bee Health Coalition The Honey Bee Health Coalition, a diverse group of nearly 50 organizations working to support honey bee and pollinator health, urged continued cross-sector collaboration following the release of a national survey showing 40 percent of managed honey bee colonies in the United States were […]
By: Shannon Trimboli March and April have been busy months for Kentucky beekeepers. They have been in the news several times for hosting successful beekeeping schools, being part of national-level beekeeping projects, and just talking beekeeping in general. Below are the links that I have been sent of media featuring […]
Tammy Horn Potter, our state apiarist, recently joined the Project Apis m. (PAm) Board of Directors. The mission of PAm is to fund and direct research to enhance the health and vitality of honey bee colonies while improving crop production. You can read more at: http://www.beeculture.com/catch-the-buzz-read-the-march-issue-of-project-apis-m-newsletter-and-meet-tammy-horn-potter/?.
Dear Beekeepers, As you may know, the Honey Bee Health Coalition was formed in June 2014 to collaboratively implement solutions to support healthy honey bees. The Coalition includes beekeepers, crop producers, agribusinesses, food companies, NGOs, agencies and more working together as an agricultural community to improve bee health. Recognizing the […]