Feed a Bee

Bayer kicks off National Pollinator Week with webinars, planting

· June 18, 2018

For the second straight year, Bayer Crop Science, Bee Culture, and Project Apis m. will celebrate National Pollinator Week (June 18 – 24) by hosting live webinars featuring innovative research aimed at making an immediate impact on honey bee colony health. The research highlighted is part of the Healthy Hives 2020 initiative – a $1 […]

Bayer Bee Care boosts Feed a Bee initiative with $250K

· May 15, 2018

The Bayer Bee Care Program aims to reach all 50 states by the end of 2018 and has plugged in an additional $250,000 in funding to support it. With only three grant cycles remaining in 2018, and the initial $500,000 funding already pledged to projects in 45 of the 50-state goal, the funding boost aims […]

Bayer Feed a Bee now funding 112 projects in 39 states, D.C.

· March 8, 2018

Twenty new organizations will receive funding from the Bayer Bee Care Program for important forage initiatives around the country, bringing the total number of projects funded to more than 100. After a rigorous review and evaluation process by the Feed a Bee steering committee, 20 organizations were chosen in the latest round of review to […]

Bayer Feed a Bee to host National Honey Bee Day plantings

· August 14, 2017

August 19 is National Honey Bee Day, and Feed a Bee will be buzzing across the country to plant thousands of wildflowers from New York to California – all in one day. Since 2015, the Feed a Bee initiative has distributed over 3 billion wildflower seeds for pollinator plantings, establishing additional nutrition and habitat sources […]

Bayer Feed a Bee to fund 58 forage projects

· June 19, 2017

Bayer is kicking off National Pollinator Week today unveiling the first round of organizations that will receive funding to establish forage for pollinators across the nation. Nearly 100 projects were submitted in response to the request for proposals for the first round of funding, which were reviewed and evaluated by the inaugural Feed a Bee […]

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