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University of Nebraska aims to protect bees
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10 June 2017
On 10 June 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Bee hives at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are destined for research that could help Nebraska's beekeepers better understand bees, their benefits, and how to tailor habitat to protect them. The studies will involve protecting bees from drifting pesticides with tree stands and the benefits of roadside flowers.
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