N.C. Pollinator Protection Strategy
- Intro to the N.C. Managed Pollinator Protection Strategy
- How to Protect Honeybees During Wide-Area Mosquito Applications
- Pollinator Protection through Education, Outreach and Enforcement - Debbie Hamrick (NC Farm Bureau) and Pat Jones (NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services)
- Protecting Pollinators from Pesticides through the Pesticide Label – John Allran (NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services)
- Pesticide Toxicity to Bees Traffic Light
- Honey Bee Health & the NC State Apiculture Program – Dr. David Tarpy (NC State University)
- Native Pollinators – Dr. Nancy Lee Adamson (Xerces Society)
- Pollinator Protection in Apples – Dr. James Walgenbach (NC State University)
- Soybean flowering, pollination and bees - Dr. Dominic Reisig (NC State University)
- Cotton flowering, pollination and bees - Dr. Dominic Reisig (NC State University)
- Management of pest in bee hives - Dwight Seal & Don Hopkins (NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services)
- Creating and Enhancing Pollinator Habitat - Debbie Roos (NC Cooperative Extension)
Bees and farms need each other. It’s that simple.
Bees need the habitat and food found on North Carolina’s rich agricultural lands.
Farmers need the pollination services provided by these avid pollinators to grow up to a third of the crops that we produce.
To provide a safe and healthy environment for these important agricultural workers, beekeepers and farmers need to open up lines of communication that will allow all parties to make informed decisions that will protect and better serve bees and other pollinators.
Working together, we can create a healthier environment for pollinators and help keep agriculture North Carolina’s No. 1 industry.