‘Vital in healthy environments’: What does she see in bees?

Denise Ellsworth joins our entomology department as program director for honey bee and native pollinator education. “These insects are crucial to our food supply and play a vital role in healthy environments,” she says. “I’ll be working to support and teach beekeepers, farmers, and gardeners through a variety of workshops, written materials, and electronic resources. Keeping honey bees and other pollinators healthy and protecting their habitat is critically important in Ohio.”

One Response to “‘Vital in healthy environments’: What does she see in bees?”

  1. Tom Sullivan says:

    Hello Denise,

    Please put me your mailing list to notify me of articles you write and any relevant photos depicting pollinator habitat on or surrounding farms. I am particularly interested in the protections and hazards native bees may receive who have habitat adjacent to GMO food crops.

    All the best to you and your work,

    Tom Sullivan
    Pollinators Welcome

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