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VIDEO: Claire Kremen and Gordon Frankie on Better Bees

July 16, 2007

California farmers depend on bees to pollinate the state's multi-million dollar fruit and nut crops, but last season thousands of bee colonies disappeared around the country.

The KQED science program Quest recently featured CNR ecologist Claire Kremen, and her research on bee pollination. In addition, an online-only special features the urban bees of entomologist Gordon Frankie.

Better Bees: Super Bee and Wild Bee


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