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They will support schools and museums to develop pollinator friendly courses, promote ecological understanding and awareness of where our food comes from, and create roadside habitats for bees and butterflies.
These projects will support schools and museums to develop pollinator friendly courses, promote ecological understanding and awareness of where our food comes from, create roadside habitats for our bees and butterflies and, ultimately, help the next generation become better connected to nature than ours is.
Melvaer thinks the project could set a precedent for pollinator efforts elsewhere: "If we manage to solve a global problem locally, it's conceivable that this local solution will work elsewhere too.
Admission to the Pollinator Symposium and Expo is $15 and includes lunch.
Klein followed this work with a study that estimated how pollinator declines might affect human nutrition.
He said; "There are many factors challenging pollinator health and population, including pests and diseases, habitat loss, climate change and weather events, invasive species and the chemicals that bees encounter in their natural environment.
Scientists around the world have observed a worrisome decline of many pollinator species, threatening the world's food supply.
Managed pollinators, like honeybees, are now being introduced in coffee plantations to increase production and to make honey from the nectar secreted by coffee flowers.
The research suggests severe consequences could take place if insect pollinators mainly depend on these plants for food.
We need a wide array of research efforts to devise the best ways to rescue pollinator populations.
The dramatic loss of honeybees to changing land use, viruses and pesticides is alarming, and they are irreplaceable as pollinators.
The researchers have revealed that when the calories from one feeding of a flower gets you only 15 minutes of flight, as is the case with the tobacco hornworn moth studied, being misled costs a pollinator energy and time.