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Springing Into Action for Bees

With spring in high swing and fields abuzz with productive pollinators, the Honey Bee Health Coalition is continuing to work with its partners and members to support healthy bees across North America — and beyond. The Coalition recently hosted its annual spring meeting in California to discuss ongoing initiatives and its collaborative approach to confronting… Read more »

Honey Bee Health Coalition Congratulates Winners of Nutrition Competition

The Honey Bee Health Coalition announced today that it has awarded $40,000 to four innovative projects aimed at improving honey bee nutrition and supporting honey bee and pollinator health. The awards, announced today at the 2018 American Bee Research Conference, are part of the Coalition’s inaugural Bee Nutrition Challenge. The Bee Nutrition Challenge winners and… Read more »

There’s Still Time to Enter the Bee Nutrition Challenge

Do you have an innovative idea to improve honey bee nutrition? There’s still time to send your idea in for a chance to win up to $40,000 in prize money in the 2017 Bee Nutrition Challenge: An Innovation Award. Your idea might be a research project, plans for a new product or diet, or a… Read more »

Honey Bee Health Coalition Unveils Videos to Help Beekeepers Combat Devastating Parasites

PRESS RELEASE  [Keystone Policy Center, Nov. 28, 2016] Honey Bee Health Coalition Unveils Videos to Help Beekeepers Combat Devastating Parasites Videos Complement Coalition’s Tools for Varroa Management Guide, Provides Step-By-Step Demonstrations of Utilizing an Integrated Pest Management Strategy of Monitoring and Treatment. KEYSTONE, CO, Nov. 28, 2016 — The Honey Bee Health Coalition released a… Read more »

Coalition Promotes Communication, Cooperation to Support Pollinator Health

The Honey Bee Health Coalition continues to promote collaboration to support pollinator health across North America. The Coalition provides an essential forum for the food, agricultural, government, and conservation sectors to work together to promote the long-term health of honey bees and other pollinators. The Coalition’s work continued throughout the first quarter of 2016 and… Read more »