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The mysterious disappearance of bees, called Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), is a growing threat to Honey Bees, the mainstay of pollination services in agriculture. The North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC), a tri-national coalition dedicated to promoting the health of all pollinators partners with different organizations to perform research for improving the health of honey bees and reversing the threats they face. The Honey Bee Health Improvement Project focuses on ways to help Honey Bees and beekeepers. In the absence of Colony Collapse Disorder, this task force will seek out and secure funding for innovative and important work to understand and promote genetic stock improvements, understand and promote best management practices for commercial beekeeping, and promote forage opportunities for colonies on public and private land.

Even if you aren't a scientist able to do research, you can play an important role in increasing research related to the health of Honey bees. Give now and your money will go directly to the Honey Bee Health Improvement Project.

The Pollinator Partnership is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization designated by the Internal Revenue Code.

 
 

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Download a donation form and send your contribution to:
Pollinator Partnership
ATT: Honey Bee Health Research
423 Washington St., 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111
Or
Fax to: (415) 362-1137.

If you have any questions about giving, please contact us:
Pollinator Partnership
423 Washington St, 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111
Phone: 415-362-1137
Fax: 415-362-3070
info@pollinator.org

 

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