Learn About Pollinator Health

Want to learn how you can make a difference in the lives of honey bees, monarchs and all other pollinator friends? The pages below provide an in-depth exploration into pollinator health and the impact pollinators have on our daily lives.

Pollinators 101

Bee Health 101

Pollinators 101

Whether you’re looking to become a beekeeper or just navigate the basics of pollinator health, the Bayer Bee Care Program is dedicated to providing resources, such as guides and fact sheets, to help you stay educated and involved in all things pollinator health.

Monarch Butterfly

Monarch Butterfly

While the monarch butterfly is famous for its 6,000-mile seasonal migration, this brightly colored butterfly is also an iconic pollinator! Learn more about this amazing creature and the steps we can take to support them.

Pollinators and The Food Supply

Bees and Food Supply

Pollinators and The Food Supply

Did you know that approximately 35 percent of food crops derive at least some benefit from pollinators? Many of the foods we eat would not be possible without the support of our fuzzy friends. Learn more about the impact of pollinators on the food supply in the resources here.

Buzz about Honey

Close Up on Honey Comb Banner

Buzz about Honey

What can be used as a sweetener, moisturizer and hair conditioner while contributing to overall health? Honey! You might be surprised by the many uses and benefits of this tasty sweet treat.

Stressors

Stressors

Stressors

While the Varroa mite is the number one enemy to honey bees, we know that many factors can affect a hive’s health. A lack of adequate forage, parasites and diseases, and overwintering are all stressors to colonies.