Oregon is home to over 500 species of bees, which are responsible for pollinating many of our staple crops and plants in rural and urban landscapes. Often overlooked are bees present in Oregon forests. Who and where are they? What can we do to protect them? In this class, we’ll talk about how Oregon is tackling enhancing pollinator health and habitat, and what you can do on your forestland.
Originally aired on June 30, 2020
Instructor: Christine Buhl, Forest Entomologist, Oregon Department of Forestry, Salem, OR.