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The Super Bowl of Beekeeping

Bees (and other pollinators) are an essential part of America's agricultural industry, accounting for roughly one-third of the food we eat. California's vast almond industry, in particular, is completely dependent on pollination--but California doesn't have enough of its own bees to pollinate all the almond trees. In "The Super Bowl of Beekeeping," a long-form essay published in The New York Times...