Kremen Lab in the News

 

The Washington Post: Farmers nationwide plant bee-friendly habitat to attract native pollinators, bolster honeybees [Source: The Washington Post, October 21, 2011]

Hillary Sardinas Receives Ag Research Funding: Hedgerow Restorations for Pollinator Services

The Bay Citizen: Native Bees Worth Billions of Dollars a Year, Researchers Say [Source: The Bay Citizen, June 27, 2011]

University of Wisconsin: Pollinators in Peril. [Source: University of Wisconsin, August 5, 2010]

University of Michigan News Service: Shade-coffee farms support native bees that help maintain genetic diversity in remnant tropical forests [Source: Univesity of Michigan News Service, July 26, 2010]

ABC News: Mysterious ailment shrinks bee population [Source: ABC 7 News, Monday, April 28 2008]

SFGATE - Farm bill complicates plight of honeybees [Source: SFGATE, Saturday, April 19, 2008]

BBC News -Map reveals key wildlife hotspots. [Source: BBC News, Friday, 11 April 2008]

VOA -Scientists Map Madagascar's Unique Species. [Source: Voice Of America, Thursday, 10 April 2008] [MP3]

REUTER - Scientists join forces to save Madagascar wildlife [Source: REUTER NEWS (UK), Thurdsay Apr 10, 2008]

AFP - Scientists unveil conservation roadmap for Madagascar [Source: AFP , Thurdsay Apr 10, 2008]

BERKELEYClaire Kremen, a conservation biologist at the University of California, Berkeley, whose applied research advances the fields of ecology, biodiversity and agriculture, has been named a MacArthur Fellow...

BERKELEY - Pollinators help one-third of world's crop production, says new study