Report: EPA Needs to Determine Strategies and Level of Support for Overseeing State Managed Pollinator Protection Plans
Report #19-P-0275, August 15, 2019
Honey bee pollination adds more than $15 billion in value to U.S. agricultural crops each year. However, the number of managed honey bee colonies in the United States has declined from 5.7 million colonies in the 1940s to 2.7 million colonies in 2015.
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