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Bayer CropScience Bee Care Tour Stops in Illinois
Date:3/25/2013

URBANA, Ill. (PRWEB) March 25, 2013

In an effort to foster education and collaboration between growers and beekeepers, the Bayer Bee Care Program will travel to the University of Illinois on March 25 as it continues its Bee Care Tour throughout the Midwest. Held in the University of Illinois’s Research Park in Champaign, Ill. at the I Hotel, the event will bring together leading researchers and beekeepers to promote science-based solutions aimed at improving honey bee health. The event will be co-sponsored by the Illinois Natural History Survey and will feature guest speaker Dr. Lee Solter, insect pathologist at the Illinois Natural History Survey.

“The University of Illinois is excited to host and contribute to Bayer’s Bee Care Tour,” said Dr. Solter. “The Tour and its efforts to promote collaboration and honey bee health is essential to advancing sustainable solutions for honey bees in Illinois.”

The Tour will bring a specially-wrapped vehicle along with an interactive exhibit to provide stewardship workshops and expert presentations on issues impacting honey bee health to the Illinois community. Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to become a champion for bee health, a Bayer initiative encouraging stakeholders to make pollinator health and stewardship a priority when planting.

Specifically the Tour:

  •     Provides information on the vital role honey bees play in sustainable agriculture and our food supply;
  •     Raises awareness of the health challenges currently impacting honey bee populations;
  •     Fosters collaboration among growers, beekeepers and other stakeholders to promote bee health.

The Bee Care Tour will travel
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