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BeesPollinators are essential for maintaining floral diversity and for producing many important agricultural crops that feed residents of New York and other areas of the world. 

Cornell University has a robust network of pollinator research and extension programs related to all aspects of pollinator life:

  • Ecology
  • Evolution
  • Biodiversity
  • Behavior
  • Pesticides
  • Pests, parasites, and disease
  • Pollinator management

Explore this website for information on bee research taking place at Cornell, news and upcoming events, and for a variety of extension materials related to pollinators and beekeeping.