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171 - Brittany Goodrich - How pollinator markets work

Brittney Goodrich is an Assistant Cooperative Extension Specialist in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. She grew up in a rural farming community in Iowa where uncertainty in agricultural production and marketing ...

Andony Melathopoulos | Feb 2021 | Podcast episode

170 - Halie Cousineau - School gardens and pollinators

Hailie is the Oregon State University Extension Service Lane County Pantry Food Heroes Coordinator and State Wide Food Hero Garden Education Coordinator. She is also an Indonesian specialist and world traveler who is passionate ...

Andony Melathopoulos | Feb 2021 | Podcast episode

169 - Al Shay - Moving your pollinator garden up a notch

Al Shay is currently an instructor in the Horticulture Department at Oregon State University. Al holds undergraduate degrees in art as well as horticulture. Additionally Al has a Masters in Agriculture degree from OSU. Al has ...

Andony Melathopoulos | Feb 2021 | Podcast episode

168 - Carolyn Breece and Ellen Topitzhofer - Late Winter Hive Management

Carolyn Breece and Ellen Topitzhofer support the field research of the OSU Honey Bee Lab. Together they manage the lab’s 80 research and educational colonies, preparing them for experiments, and collecting data. They also teach ...

Andony Melathopoulos | Feb 2021 | Podcast episode

We are moving to the desert, can we still keep bees?

Q: We are moving to the alvord desert area and have kept bees in the past. I'm curious of your thoughts on how a honey bee hive would thrive in that high desert environment? Any thoughts or advice you have here would be great!

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167 - Linda Hardison - Oregon Flora… reloaded

Linda Hardison is the director of the Oregon Flora and a research assistant professor in the Botany & Plant Pathology Dept. at Oregon State University. She grew up in Texas, and received undergraduate degrees in botany and ...

Andony Melathopoulos | Jan 2021 | Podcast episode

166 - Alison McAfee - Queens don’t like it too hot or cold

Dr. McAfee is a Postdoctoral Research Scholar in the Department of Entomology & Plant Pathology at North Carolina State University, where she studies honey bee reproductive health. She is also a science writer, publishing a ...

Andony Melathopoulos | Jan 2021 | Podcast episode

165 - Zach Portman - When pan traps might not pan out (for bee surveys).

Zach Portman is the Bee Taxonomist in the Cariveau Lab at the University of Minnesota. As a bee taxonomist he spends most of his time identifying bees and researching their classification. He also studies other aspects of bee natural history and conservation.

Andony Melathopoulos | Jan 2021 | Podcast episode

164 - Chris Looney - Hornets and invasive bumble bees in Washington

Dr. Looney received an MS in Entomology from WSU, and a PhD in Environmental Science from the University of Idaho in 2007. He joined the Washington State Department of Agriculture in 2009, where he manages the Olympia ...

Andony Melathopoulos | Jan 2021 | Podcast episode

163 - Ian Tait - 2020 Year in Review

Ian Tait is the Founder and Co-Chair, Feed The Bees Campaign. Feed the Bees is an initiative to encourage individuals, businesses, organizations and governments to support a healthy and sustainable bee population, and plant gardens...

Andony Melathopoulos | Jan 2021 | Podcast episode