By Michelaina Johnson, Bay Nature
Does San Francisco have a healthy enough native bee population to pollinate the city’s agriculture?
Andrew Potter, a former San Francisco State University graduate student and now an environmental consultant, asked himself that question a few years ago after learning that not enough bees live in “pollinator deserts,” such as California’s Central Valley, to provide adequate pollination service to plants. He wondered if urban San Francisco shared the same challenge.
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