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Con Edison 18 Jun 19
Without bees, it wouldn’t be possible to grow the food you eat every day. Here's how we're working with Lake Reservation to help pollinators thrive.
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USGS Jun 25
The buzz this week is all about pollinators, the birds, bees, bats, beetles, and other animals that feed on pollen from plants and help bring about one in three bites of food to our plates. Listen in:
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Con Edison 21 Jun 19
We’re BEEing good neighbors by helping Voelker Orth Museum share their love of nature—especially bees with children. Check out our sweet story. ,
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Fresh Energy 19 Jun 19
Mpls/StP Biz Journal & are celebrating “On Fire” changemakers at a gala tonight. Congratulations to our own Rob Davis for being one of the honorees! 😎🌻🐝🍻 (Bonus: during National )
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USGS Jun 26
Honey Bee Helpers! Our science on land use and honey bee health in the northern is useful for land managers and policy makers to improve forage and habitat for
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DTE_Energy 21 Jun 18
We’re proud to participate in Initiative to help lead innovative, collaborative pollinator conservation. Read about how the initiative is making a change:
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USGS Jun 23
Meet the Lesser Long-nosed Bat, a hero of the night as a key night pollinator of saguaro and organ pipe cactus in the Sonoran Desert! Check out USGS bat science and how we support all bats through
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USGS Jun 24
Bees, birds, butterflies, bats, beetles - all provide vital but often invisible pollination that support wildlife, plants and ecosystems world-wide. Did you know beetles are among the earliest prehistoric pollinators?
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FirstEnergy Corp. 19 Jun 19
Spotlight: Bees, butterflies + other pollinators are thriving from habitat improvements within our transmission corridors.
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AEP 21 Jun 18
Get your questions ready! There's just one hour before the live Twitter chat! Learn more about our efforts at Shana Byrd & Terry Stanfill photos
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AEP 21 Jun 19
AEP Environmental Consultant Ray Wirt spends his spare time tending to his hives! He's going above and bee-yond to support the . Thank you, Ray, and to everyone that supports our planet's pollinators! 🌼 🌎 🐝
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Bonneville Power 21 Jun 19
Wildflowers don’t just make for popular Instagram photos; they also provide nectar, shelter and even egg-laying habitat for pollinators. Credit: Joe Bettis
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FirstEnergy Corp. Jun 25
Fact: The electric utility industry maintains more than 160,000 miles of transmission lines, the equivalent of 10 million acres of land. Our industry is positioned to provide stable plant communities where pollinators will flourish.
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Public Power Jun 17
utilities have a role in helping bees, butterflies, and other pollinators 🐝 🦋 - join us next week in a series of events highlighting , including a film premiere!
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NY Power Authority 18 Jun 18
: Pollinators like bees, butterflies, and bats, provide 1 out of 3 bites of food we eat? Say thanks by planting native plants, supporting local farmers, and educating others about the importance of pollinators!
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Exelon Generation 22 Jun 18
Clinton Station supports pollinators by providing 65 acres of habitat w/ Ameren, PF & USFWS plus an additional 300 acres of restoration planned through 2022 with IDNR!
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PollinatorPartnershp 28 Mar 19
Power in pollinators! 🐝 We had a great meeting with yesterday visiting the American River Parkway in Sacramento, where we did a long term integrated vegetation management comparative study. 🌱
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AEP 22 Jun 18
Monarch butterflies need milkweed plants to lay eggs, that become caterpillars, that become butterflies, which pollinate the earth! Many find a happy habitat at Eagle Watch Trail Lake. Support & & learn more:
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JCP&L 17 Jun 19
WATCH: Student researchers from visited 's transmission rights-of-way to identify opportunities for us to positively impact different types of pollinators.
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EPRI 30 Aug 18
With support from EPRI and others, will pilot the use of -friendly plants at a new right-of-way solar site on property owned by
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