Feed The Bees resources for farmers and those in agriculture and agri-business will be posted as they are developed, sourced or become available. We encourage you to share this information with your colleagues; communities; elected officials; governmental and non-governmental organizations; industry advocates and associations; suppliers, on your website(s) and across all social media networks.
- Conservation and Management of Native Bees in Cranberry
University of Maine Technical Bulletin (opens 463 KB PDF file in new window).
- Conserving Native Bees on Farmland
Department of Entomology, Michigan State University (opens 2.255 MB PDF file in new window).
- Farming for Bees: Guidelines for Providing Native Bee Habitat on Farms
The Xerces Society (opens 1.347 MB PDF file in new window).
- Farming for Pollinators: Native Bees and Your Crops
US NCRS and The Xerces Society (opens 1.958 MB PDF file in new window).
- Landowner’s Guide to Conserving Native Pollinators in Ontario NEW
Farms at Work and Peterborough County Stewardship Council (opens 2.1 MB PDF file in new window).
- Managing Alternative Pollinators
A Handbook for Beekeepers, Growers and Conservationists
SARE – Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (opens 5.2 MB PDF file in new window)
- Roadsides – A Guide to Creating a Pollinator Patch
Ontario Horticultural Association (opens 990 KB PDF file in new window).
- Selecting Plants for Pollinators
A Guide for Farmers, Land Managers and Gardeners in the Pacific Forest-Mixed Lowland Region
The Pollinator Partnership™ and the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (opens 8.44 MB PDF file in new window).
- Six Steps to Protect and Encourage Native Wild Pollinators on Your Land NEW
Farms at Work and Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (opens 307 KB PDF file in new window).
- Trees for Bees Programme
The Federated Farmers of New Zealand Bee Industry Group (opens 537 KB PDF file in new window).