K&A News

Work moving forward on Pollinator Project

The loss of more than 30% of managed honeybee colonies in recent years is a threat to U.S. agriculture because one-third of our food supply relies primarily on honeybees for pollination. Recent funding has been approved to develop a pollinator habitat credit program in Michigan, and K&A is working with AFT to help develop a program to support development of pollinator habitat. Read more:The loss of more than 30% of managed honeybee colonies in recent years is a threat to U.S. agriculture because one-third of our food supply relies primarily on honeybees for pollination. Recent funding has been approved to develop a pollinator habitat credit program in Michigan, and K&A is working with AFT to help develop a program to support development of pollinator habitat.  Read more: www.farmland.org