Pollinator Habitat

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Emma and Nate celebrate pollinator week by talking about protecting and supporting bees in yards and gardens.

Emma and Nate celebrate pollinator week by talking about protecting and supporting bees in yards and gardens. Learn More
Have you experienced a bee loss this fall after a strong summer season? We encourage any beekeeper who has experienced a loss to utilize the Deadout C... Learn More
Has your beekeeping hobby become more of a business? Do you want to dig in and make your hobby profitable? The following is a very brief overview of topics discussed at the March extension workshop.
Has your beekeeping hobby become more of a business? Do you want to dig in and make your hobby profitable? The following is a very brief overview of t... Learn More

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New Hampshire is home to a diverse array of pollinators, from charismatic bumble bees to unheralded wasps, flies and beetles. Declines of insects, nat... Learn More
Beekeepers ought to have the following skills and knowledge about beekeeping so as to

• Maintain healthy and productive honeybee coloni... Learn More
Why Plant Wildflowers?

Native bees and other pollinators are essential to the successful production of many fruit and vegetable crops a... Learn More
Published by the Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station


This publication was produced by members of the Northern New ... Learn More
Cathy Neal recently presented a webinar on Planting Wildflower Meadows for Pollinator Habitat for the Northeast IPM Center's "IPM Toolbox&qu... Learn More
Managed honey bee colonies in New Hampshire face many challenges that affect the ability of a colony of bees to survive and reproduce. These include m... Learn More