The Bee Informed Partnership has been instrumental in the management, loss and field surveillance efforts since 2011 and has teams on the ground working with many commercial beekeepers nationwide.
Karen Rennich, who has done a wonderful job as the helm, will be stepping down as Executive Director at the end of this year. To that end, the BIP transition committee is actively seeking those interested and qualified persons who would like to apply for the position of Executive Director. Please see job description at the BIP website (www.beeinformed.org) or Click Here to download.
Applications are due by July 31, with interviews to follow in late summer and early fall.
Congratulations to the 2019 USA PAm-Costco Scholar Fellowship Awardees!
The Canada PAm-Costco Scholar Fellowship Application period is open and applications will be accepted through July 8, 2019. Click Here for more information, and to apply
We have a winner (winners)! Congratulations to our 2019 Pollinator Week #nowstedland Photo Contest winners! We received over 40 photo entries and over 800 votes. Scroll through to see the winning photos and learn more about the stories behind them.
#NoWastedLand is one of Project Apis m.'s tag-lines. As the landscape changes, it is becoming more important to create and preserve habitat for the honey bees and other pollinators that are so important! Our Seeds for Bees® program and The Bee and Butterfly Habitat Fund are working to put more pollinator habitat and forage on the landscape where it is needed most!
Thank you to all of our participants.
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