Busy As A Bee

Food Supply Relies On Pollinators

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Posted: February 19, 2013

Mike Hott, grounds manager at the Edith J. Carrier Arboretum at James Madison University, monitors the social gesticulations of his bees. (Photo by Aimee George)
Bees fly in and out of their hive. According to Mike Hott, if a pollination is successful, the bee will return and share the news with the rest of the hive through a dance, of sorts. (Photo by Aimee George)
“Without bees ... you don’t eat!”says Mike Hott, grounds manager at the Edith J. Carrier Arboretum and an avid beekeeper.

Without bees, pollination necessary to sustain fruit and vegetable…

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