Claire Kremen

University of California, Berkeley

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Professor in the Department of Environmental Science at the University of California, Berkeley and a faculty director at the Berkeley Food Institute

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Honeybees ­­ the tiny farm workers responsible for dozens of crops, from almonds to cherries have been dying off at alarming rates for more than two decades.

The Mysteriously Disappearing Honeybees

Honeybees ­­ the tiny farm workers responsible for dozens of crops, from almonds to cherries have been dying off at alarming rates for more than two decades.

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