Pollinators like honeybees have been on the decline in recent years. While scientists try to figure out why, people like Angel Hjarding, director of pollinator and wildlife habitat programs with North Carolina Wildlife Federation, have been working with residents to restore the native habitats that will attract bees to urban areas.
Pollinators like honeybees have been on the decline in recent years. While scientists try to figure out why, people like Angel Hjarding, director of pollinator and wildlife habitat programs with North Carolina Wildlife Federation, have been working with residents to restore the native habitats that will attract bees to urban areas. ANGEL HJARDING North Carolina Wildlife Federation
Pollinators like honeybees have been on the decline in recent years. While scientists try to figure out why, people like Angel Hjarding, director of pollinator and wildlife habitat programs with North Carolina Wildlife Federation, have been working with residents to restore the native habitats that will attract bees to urban areas. ANGEL HJARDING North Carolina Wildlife Federation

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October 28, 2015 11:42 AM

Film, discussion will focus on bee population

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