Public lecture at Dalhousie campus to focus on bee losses

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BIBLE HILL – Honey bee losses will be the topic of a free lecture held next week.

The March 7 lecture begins at 7 p.m. at the Dalhousie Agricultural Campus Alumni Theatre. The university and the Nova Scotia Beekeepers Association are hosting the event, with Dr. Dennis vanEngelsdorp presenting the lecture.

vanEngelsdorp is a research assistant at the University of Maryland and one of the leading researchers attempting to understand colony decline. His research focus involves using epidemiological approaches to understanding and improving honey bee health.

For more information visit 'Honey bee losses in North America.'

Organizations: Dalhousie Agricultural Campus Alumni Theatre, Nova Scotia Beekeepers Association, University of Maryland

Geographic location: North America

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