Amanda Bachmann

Amanda Bachmann

Jun 27, 2014

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    About This Project

    Many people know that pollinators (especially bees) are in trouble due to habitat loss, improper pesticide use, diseases, and environmental changes. This program gives South Dakotans a chance to participate in pollinator research directly by observing and reporting pollinator activity in their own backyards. In return for their efforts, project participants will learn how to create and conserve pollinator habitat in their community.
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