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Lynn Ketchum
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Creating habitat

Want to be a good neighbor to local wildlife? Check out these tips from a Conservation Specialist to take your "naturescaping" game to the next level!

By Rose Clarke, Jon Wagner | Article


Research on Garden Bees At least 213 bee species have been collected from a garden. Urban areas often have more bee species than natural or agriculture areas. In urban areas, gardens promote bee...

By Gail Langellotto, | Article

Tree School Clackamas teaches love for the land

Educational event draws hundreds from woodland community in Clackamas County and beyond.

By Glenn Ahrens, Rose Clarke, Michael Bondi, Kimberly Jacobsen Nelson | Article

Learning about forests and native bees

Researchers, forest managers and citizen scientists are working together to discover what native bees live in Oregon forests.

By Amy Grotta, | Article

Yellow jackets

General information about yellow jackets.


Mason Bees as an Alternative to Honey Bees

Since 1994 wild honey bee populations have been devastated by two species of parasitic mites. Many domesticated honey bee colonies have also been lost.

By Bill Anderson | Article

USDA Economic Research Service Issues Report Land Use, Land Cover, and Pollinator Health: A Review and Trend Analysis

A new study by the USDA Economic Research Service reviews the economic and ecology literature on land use, land cover, and the health of pollinators. Crops that depend on pollinators account for up to...


Create a home landscape for pollinators: butterflies, bees and hummingbirds

Plant flowers of all different colors, shapes and sizes to create your own pollinator paradise at home. What else attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds? Start with native shrubs and trees.