The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) is encouraging all its members to make a plan to protect pollinating insects and most states are doing that or have already adopted one. Dudley Hoskins with NASDA says the plans are needed because bees face a variety of threats. Hoskins says most state plans focus on protecting domestic honey bees rather than wild pollinators. Some have called for state regulations, but at least part of the reason for this national push is...
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