Native bees are a rich natural resource in urban California gardens


et al, Gordon Frankie, Jennifer, Jennifer Hernandez, Robin Thorp


bees, critical pollinators, policy advocacy, pollination, study dissemination, urban gardens


California Agriculture

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Policy Summary

The results of a 3-year survey on bee pollinators in seven cities across CA found that urban gardens provided an important source of habitat for bees, promoting diversity and abundance of a critical pollinator species. Furthermore, the group emphasized the importance of communicating about the importance of bees as pollinators to the general public.

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