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Cornell and solar developer form partnership for $100,000 pollinator study
by Matt Steecker, Ithaca Journal
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8 July 2018
On 8 July 2018 Ithaca Journal reported:
Agriculture in New York is highly dependent on bees, which contribute about $500 million in pollination services annually to crops such as cherries, pumpkins, strawberries, apples, beans, squash, and blueberries. Cornell University and a solar developer are planning to find solutions to the issues pollinators are facing by launching a three-year $100,000 study to determine the ecological and economic benefits of pollinator-friendly flowers on community solar farms in New York.
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