Category Archives: Oregon Bee Project Blog

Bee Legislation in Oregon: Oregon Bee Project Origins

What is the Oregon Bee Project and where did it come from? The origin story of the Oregon Bee Project is an excellent example of Oregonians developing innovative local solutions. Only months after State Representative Reardon (Happy Valley, District 48) … Continue reading

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A Surprising Connection Between a Rock and Bees: Oregon History

You may be wondering what a rock has to do with bees? but the rock in question, sitting on top of a large, sloping hill in Yamhill County, isn’t an ordinary rock. It is in fact an erratic rock, a … Continue reading

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Unique Regions of Oregon

Oregon’s fabric of diverse farm land and natural areas provide excellent bee habitat. Let’s take a trip around Oregon with Sarah Kincaid, Oregon Dept. of Agriculture entomologist, for a first hand report of Oregon’s diverse habitat for bees. Eastern Oregon … Continue reading

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