New Coalition Brings Together Diverse Stakeholders to Improve Honey Bee Health

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New Coalition Brings Together Diverse Stakeholders to Improve Honey Bee Health

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The Keystone Center announced the formation of a new #HoneyBee Health Coalition http://bit.ly/1soIvtR #Monsanto

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Present (from left to right) were Rich Joost, Director of Research for the United Soybean Board; Brittany Vester-Boler, Small Animal Research Scientist at Purina Animal Nutrition LLC, representing Land O’Lakes, Inc.; Jerry Hayes, Honey Bee Health Lead for Monsanto; Julie Shapiro, Senior Associate, The Keystone Center; Ed Spevak, Saint Louis Zoo Curator for Invertebrates and Director of the WildCare Institute Center for Native Pollinator Conservation; and Randy Verhoek, President of the American Honey Producers Association.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 - 2:45pm

CAMPAIGN: Honey Bee Health

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At the Saint Louis Zoo’s Annual Pollinator Dinner June 17, leaders of a new Honey Bee Health Coalition gathered to announce their plans for responding to declines in honey bee and pollinator health—a situation that puts worldwide food security at risk. The Honey Bee Health Coalition, which is facilitated by The Keystone Center, is a diverse coalition formed to promote collaborative solutions. For more information, please see The Keystone Center’s press release and the Honey Bee Health Coalition’s briefing slides and fact sheet. Please also refer to this webpage to learn more about how Monsanto is committed to supporting honey bee health and researching sustainable solutions for the complex issues that honey bees face.

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William Brennan
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Keywords: Responsible Production & Consumption | American Honey Producers Association | Brittany Vester-Boler | Ed Spevak | Environment | Health & Healthcare | Honey Bee Health Coalition | Innovation & Technology | Jerry Hayes | Julie Shapiro | Keystone

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