The Role of Native Pollinators in Agriculture

Grower Success Stories

Click on the links below to view profile stories on growers who have had success working with native pollinators.

Wild Pollinator Habitat Benefits Agriculture – The Nature Conservancy

Can Bees Build Soybean Yields? – Corn and Soybean Digest

New Pollination Resources Available – Growing Produce

Bee Threat at Planting – Corn and Soybean Digest

Native Pollinators Create a Buzz in Orange County –  Farm Progress

A Linkage Between Bees and Beef – The California Ranchland Conservation Coalition

Growers Worry about the Availability of Bees – Fruit Growers News

Healthy Bee Populations May Boost Soybean Yields – Iowa Farm Bureau Spokesman

The Squash Bee Bargain: Plant the Crop and They Will Come – Vegetable Grower News

Pollination Role of Native Bees Studied – Good Fruit Grower

Pollinators Increase Profit, Decrease Risks – CTIC Partners

Promoting Native Bees to Produce Alfalfa Seed – Hay & Forage Magazine

Bees May Aid Soybean Pod Set – Wallaces Farmer

Growers Send in More Bees to Boost Forces – Mid-South Farmer

Attract Native Bees for Pollination Boost – Michigan Farmer

Bees May Aid Soybean Pod Set – The Farmer

Apples, Berries, Native Bee Buzz – American Agriculturalist

Can Bees Benefit Your Beans? – Indiana Prairie Farmer

Native Bees Answering the Call for Pollination Services – Southern Farmer

Bigger Roles for Native Bees – Carolina-Virginia Farmer

Native Bees and California’s Pollination Crisis – California Farmer

Beeing Kind: Enrich Your Garden with Native Pollinators – Living the Country Life


Viewpoints: Research on Bee Crisis Critical for Agriculture – The Sacramento Bee

The Native Ag Pollinators project is a legacy initiative of Solutions from the Land. Learn more about SfL here or search the Ag Pollinators site below!