#PSU4Bees

Penn State's research into saving pollinators -- bees, bats, butterflies & more -- includes professors, staff, students, and community members, with the stability of the world's food supply in the balance. Here you'll find news, a historical perspective, and tips for how you can help.

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  1. #PennState Extension's Master Gardener program boasts lots of information on creating a pollinator-friendly #garden. Pro tip: Be sure to include a wide selection of plants so you'll have #flowers for early spring, high summer and well into the fall. New England Asters (pictured) are a pollinator garden's go-to plant for late summer and fall. (Credit: Martha B. Moss) #PSU4Bees
    #PennState Extension's Master Gardener program boasts lots of information on creating a pollinator-friendly #garden. Pro tip: Be sure to include a wide selection of plants so you'll have #flowers for early spring, high summer and well into the fall. New England Asters (pictured) are a pollinator garden's go-to plant for late summer and fall. (Credit: Martha B. Moss) #PSU4Bees
  2. "This is Penn State" gets the buzz on #pollinator research at #PennState. Check out these helpful tips from Christine Grozinger, distinguished professor of entomology and director of the Center for Pollinator Research. #bees #honeybees #PSU4Bees
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