Advancing Canadian agriculture by supporting ecological goods and services (EG&S). Leah Blechschmidt, University of Guelph. Arrell Food Summit, 17 June 2021.

Sublethal effects of realistic single and combined exposure to pesticides used on squash crops for a ground-nesting solitary squash bee (Eucera pruinosa). Sabrina Rondeau, University of Guelph. School of Environmental Sciences 2021 Virtual Graduate Student Conference, 27 May 2021

Population decline in a ground-nesting solitary squash bee (Eucera pruinosa) following exposure to a neonicotinoid insecticide-treated crop (Cucurbita pepo). Dr. Susan Willis Chan, University of Guelph. Presentation in the Ontario Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution (OE3C) Colloquium, 14 May 2021

Kyra Lightburn, University of Guelph, talks about her PhD work on bee diversity in rotationally grazed pasturelands on organic and conventional cattle farms. EcoScholar2021 Submission, 19 March 2021

Where wild meets cultivated: the implications for a wild bee of close association with a crop. Dr. Susan Wilis Chan, University of Guelph. Presentation in the Pollination Guelph Fall 2020 Virtual Speaker Series, 27 October 2020

Provisioning behaviour by the hoary squash bee (Eucera pruinosa (Say, 1837)) on cultivated CucurbitaSusan Willis Chan’s, University of Guelph, presentation at BeeCon 2020, 16 October 2020

Ants in agriculture: why I care and how I get others to care too. Aaron Fairweather, University of Guelph. 2nd place presentation in the School of Environmental Sciences Virtual Graduate Conference 2020, 30 August 2020

“Bee” amazed at Sage Handler’s 3MT about her research on bees in the Raine lab. Sage Handler. 2nd place in University of Guelph 3MT® competition, 23 August 2020

Bees@Schools Program Introduction (English). Sage Handler, University of Guelph, 29 April 2020

Bees@Schools Program Introduction (French). Sage Handler, University of Guelph, 29 April 2020

Opening tubes from nest boxes (bee hotels) used by cavity-nesting bees as part of the Bees@Schools Program. Sage Handler, University of Guelph, 14 November 2019

Assembling nest boxes (bee hotels) for cavity-nesting bees for the Bees@Schools Program. Sage Handler, University of Guelph, 25 September 2019

Building the buzz: artificial nest boxes as a conservation and monitoring tool for bumble bees. Hayley Tompkins, University of Guelph 3MT® Finalist, 5 April 2019

From A to Bee. Leah Blechschmidt & Aaron Fairweather, NSERCTube, 27 February 2019

The buzz about bees. Hayley Tompkins & Aaron Fairweather, NSERCTube, 6 February 2018. Winning English language entry in NSERC Science, Action! video competition 2018.

Protecting Pollinator Health. University of Guelph SPARK team, 14 November 2017

Bumblebee exposure to neonicotinoid pesticides can lead to poorer crops. CBC Saskatchewan, 5 May 2017

Nigel Raine has the buzz on the effects of pesticides on bees. CBC Saskatchewan, 4 May 2017

Meet Professor Nigel Raine. University of Guelph, Ontario Agricultural College, 18 August 2016

Guelph Talks Food: Pollinator Health. Arrell Food Institute at the University of Guelph2 June 2016

Pesticides reduce crop pollination by bees. Michael Garratt, University of Reading18 November 2015

Bienensterben: Wie Pestizid-Cocktails Hummeln zusetzen. Spektrum der Wissenschaft, 12 November 2012

The buzz about pesticides. Nature Video, 21 October 2012

Le triste destin du bourdon/ The plight of the bumblebees. Michael & Naudene Leisegang, 2012

Mapping the flight of the bumblebee. BBC News, 22 September 2010

Bees help police close in on serial killers. New Scientist, 29 July 2008

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