Berkeley Talks: What can be done to protect pollinators

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California’s agriculture has been impacted by dwindling bee populations. In this episode of Just Food, a podcast from the Berkeley Food Institute at UC Berkeley, experts discuss what farms can do in response - not only to protect honeybees, but also to restore native pollinator species. This episode was originally published in September 2017.

This episode features:

  • Colin Muller, a beekeeper at Muller Ranch
  • Claire Kremen, professor of environmental science in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management at UC Berkeley
  • Paul Muller, part-owner of Full Belly Farm

This podcast was produced by the  Berkeley Food Institute  in partnership with the  UC Berkeley Advanced Media Institute  at the Graduate School of Journalism.

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