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Discussions with tag 'Pollinators'

What’s Happening to the Bees?

by Matt Z. // Student

Pollinators serve a very important role in agriculture. Grasses such as wheat and corn are pollinated by the wind, but most other native crops require pollination by bees or other pollinating animals.…

Filed under: Agriculture/Farming

Keywords: Pollinators

0 replies | 617 views | Posted on: 06/29/2017 | Last updated: 06/29/2017

(Canceled) Creating Spaces for Pollinators and Hummingbirds, March 26, Smithfield, RI

by abu417 // Climate Connoisseur. Eco-Maniac. Solar Sommelier.

The pollinators of the world are losing ground at an alarming rate. Discover what you can do on your property to encourage, assist, and help to save pollinators. You will look at food, nesting, and sh

Filed under: Environment

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Rhode Island Green Building

Keywords: Rhode Island,Gardening,Pollinators

0 replies | 346 views | Posted on: 03/09/2020 | Last updated: 03/20/2020

Free Webinar - Pollinator & Wildlife Friendly Solar Farms - the Good, the Bad and the Bees! May 6, 12pm

by Allison Friedman // Rate It Green Admin

Solar PV is now the fastest growing form of new energy in the US. We could produce 100% of our total energy demand by converting 1 to 2 percent of the landscape to solar. Farm land and old fields are

Filed under: Energy

Solar Energy and Green Building

Keywords: Energy,Solar,Renewable Energy,Pollinators,solar farms,Bees

0 replies | 914 views | Posted on: 04/13/2020 | Last updated: 04/13/2020

FREE Webinar - State Pollinator-Friendly Solar Initiatives, Hosted by CESA, May 5, 1-2:30 pm

by Veer Mudambi // Journalist - Writing Green

Recognizing that solar installations can benefit from pollinator-friendly ground cover, many states have taken action to promote this promising solar PV design and management approach. In this webinar

Filed under: Environment

Keywords: Pollinators,Nature

0 replies | 708 views | Posted on: 04/22/2020 | Last updated: 04/23/2020