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Upper Valley Survey Studies Bumblebees
Tuesday, 09/18/12
By Charlotte Albright
As harvest season winds down, it's easy to forget who's responsible for all those juicy tomatoes. Bumblebees. Genus Bombus. But some of these species  are in decline. So the Vermont Center for Ecostudies in White River Junction has been doing a survey in the Upper Valley to learn more about Vermont's bombus population.
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As Bumblebees Disappear, Survey Aims To Track Them
Tuesday, 05/22/12
By Steve Zind
A new study hopes to determine the health of Vermont's bumblebee population. It's a response to concerns that a variety of factors are contributing to the decline of the native insects. 
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Tracking Vermont's Bumblebees
Tuesday, 05/22/12
By Jane Lindholm
As honeybee populations decline, there's a new focus on the role of bumblebees in pollinating plants, and a first-ever effort to document Vermont's native species.
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Vermont’s bumblebee population declines
Monday, 07/27/09
By Steve Zind
So far, Vermont's honeybees have escaped Colony Collapse Disorder, which has led to the disappearance of hives in other parts of the country.  But the state's bumblebee population hasn't fared as well.
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Vermont's Long Trail
Monday, 07/27/09
By Jane Lindholm
Vermont's 272 mile footpath through the Green Mountains is about to turn 100.  We celebrate the trail, and learn about its creation.  Also, a look at why some species of bumblebees are disappearing from Vermont.
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Insects of Vermont
Thursday, 07/23/09
By Jane Lindholm
Learn about the life and times of Vermont insects and how to locate and identify them in our woods and fields.
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