Farming for Pollinators
New American Farm Conference Breakout Session
With honey bees threatened, researchers are looking for long-term solutions. Hear the latest research and learn how to encourage a diverse array of pollinators by planting native species, reducing pesticide use, arranging crops and borders, and other “farmscaping” techniques.
Available speaker presentations include:
• Rufus Isaacs, Michigan State University
• Annette Meredith, University of Maryland
This session was part of the New American Farm Conference, held March 25-27, 2008 in Kansas City to celebrate SARE's 20th anniversary.
How to Order
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