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When you’ve got already taken the 2022 Loss and Administration Survey, THANK YOU! Please think about sharing this with all of the beekeepers in your life!
You’ve heard so much from us within the final couple of weeks. Thanks in your … endurance? On this ultimate week, we thought we’d take a step again and let another people do the speaking. We’re very grateful for the assistance and assist we’re receiving from the entire group. Thanks all, and we’ll be in contact round June to share the outcomes of this 12 months’s survey.
“This survey is how we take bees’ pulse all through the nation, so we will take steps to enhance honey bee colony well being. Your collective survey responses do assist!“
– Marla Spivak, College of Minnesota
“Relating to honey bees, irrespective of in case you’re a yard fanatic, sideliner, or industrial apiarist, taking part within the Loss & Administration Survey hosted by the Bee Knowledgeable Partnership is vital. After we all share how we’re holding bees, what we’re treating with (or not), and the way honey bees underneath our care survive, thrive, or die out, we turn out to be higher stewards of the honey bee collectively.
I encourage all of my viewers to take part on this invaluable annual survey. Extra participation by beekeepers ends in a extra full nationwide image of how bees are doing, and an arrival at a collective Finest Practices strategy to holding honey bees. Similar to pixels in a photosensor/picture, the extra there are, the sharper the picture is, the extra beekeepers take part, the extra knowledgeable we’ll be. Citizen Science at its greatest. I’m joyful to assist the BIP.”
– Frederick Dunn, Cornell College Licensed Grasp Beekeeper, Honey Bee Educator and “YouTuber”.
“The Loss and Administration survey is an unimaginable endeavor yearly! It doesn’t simply present us with a reference level for current colony losses across the nation but additionally helps us tease out developments in honey bee well being that will in any other case simply be hypothesis. It offers each beekeeper the prospect to be part of the scientific course of after which brings that science again round for his or her profit. I doubt you could find a greater instance of group science at work.”
– Samuel Ramsey, USDA-ARS Bee Analysis Lab
“The Nationwide Loss and Administration survey is vital for honey bee researchers throughout the US. Outcomes assist us perceive how beekeepers of all sizes and shapes are doing, and in addition assist us specific the urgency of colony loss charges to funding companies who might help us discover options!”
– Kelly Kulhanek, Washington State College