Taylor Ricketts (UVM, Project ICP research partner) and colleagues found that pollinators are essential for human health; pollinator dependent crops provide important micronutrients. Read a news article on this study and other studies linking pollinators to human health here: http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/123-a210/
Entomologists are converging in Minneapolis, MN from November 15-18 for the annual Entomological Society of America Meeting. Researchers affiliated with the Integrated Crop Pollination Project are represented in 43 presentations and posters and helped organize 5 symposia and meetings. See all the…
Project ICP researchers Dr. Jason Gibbs and Dr. Rufus Isaacs (Michigan State University) have published a new guide to the bees of the Great Lakes region and the wildflowers that support them. The pocket-sized guide is designed to help farmers and gardeners identify…
The Integrated Crop Pollination Project is featured as the cover story in this month’s American Fruit Grower Magazine. Read the full article here!
Click here to read several articles about ICP research in Florida featuring ICP partner Cory Stanley-Stahr (UF) in the Florida Melitto Files Newsletter.
Read about Project ICP’s pollination study efforts at the University of Florida in this news story: http://www.wuft.org/news/2015/10/14/native-bees-are-plan-b-in-pollination-efforts/
Learn more about California’s crop pollinators in this video of Project ICP partner, Claire Kremen and NY Times journalist, Mark Bittman! http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/04/opinion/mark-bittman-whats-the-buzz-about-wild-bees.html?_r=0
Hear about the research being conducted by Project ICP partners at Penn State in the following radio piece: http://alleghenyfront.org/story/buzz-building-over-other-bees
Click here to learn about Florida native plants for wild and managed pollinators in the current issue of Florida Mellito Files from Project ICP partners at the Ellis Lab (University of Florida).