Pollinator research

Natalie Boyle (left), director of educational programming at Penn State’s Insect Biodiversity Center, shows state Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding (right) and Richard Roush, dean of Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences, a honeycomb during an event highlighting grant funding for specialty agricultural products.

UNIVERSITY PARK — Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding was joined by the dean of Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences to highlight nearly $1 million in state investments to strengthen the competitiveness of Pennsylvania specialty crops.

On Monday they joined researchers whose projects are benefitting pollinator health and promoting the competitiveness of Pennsylvania honey.

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