Project Apis m.’s next deadline for submitting proposals is June 1st. In addition to PAm’s long-standing research priorities, we are soliciting applications that will address emerging and potential issues for the industry. We hope to meet these challenges with creative, collaborative, robust responses from researchers.
Project Apis m. is seeking a Climate Smart Habitat Manager to join our team contributing to the Seeds for Bees program in California! Below are the details of the position, and you can download a copy of the position announcement HERE. Help us get the word out! This position is open until filled.
Apply for Free Seed! Seeds for Bees program enrollment is now open in California and applications will be accepted until August 31st. Each year, we aim to plant more cover crop that is mutually beneficial for both growers and beekeepers. The 2022-2023 crop year brought challenges for beekeepers and growers as historic rains complicated the transport of bees and orchard management. These rains also highlighted one of the benefits of cover crops: water management. Established plantings were visibly helpful in abating standing water and reducing erosion.
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Salt Lake City, UT 84126