Welcome to the Pollination Connection

Expertise comes from experience and experience comes from years of consistent success. For decades, we have consistently employed our expertise in the process of pollination to provide clients with personalized solutions to meet their unique agricultural requirements.

When you come to us, you can count on professional and reliable service that yields results.

We are the Pollination Connection, providing pollination solutions for California’s agriculture and specializing in the Central Valley.

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The Bees Go To California
March 2017 

To be a honeybee. This podcast features interviews with Denise Qualls and some of our beekeepers. The journey of a honeybee from summer forage to the orchards for pollination. “But why make the 2,000 mile trek from the South instead of raising bees right in the Central Valley? It comes down to comparative advantage. Louisiana has better conditions for bees. It’s warm, green and there are plenty of flowers for the bees. And California has the edge in almond growing.”

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Bee Forage Cover Crop Field Day
March 2017 

We’re attending this year’s Bee Forage Cover Crop Field Day, a Project Apis m. hosted event on March 7th.

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Donate now to PAM – Why PAm? Because PAm funds bee research that is selected and guided by beekeepers.  We suggest $1 per colony to support PAm’s research efforts that seek to find practical solutions for managed colonies.  To donate go to www.ProjectApism.org.



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“I have worked with Denise and the team at The Pollination Connection for many years now. I'm always impressed with their level of professionalism, and how easy they make the entire process for me as a beekeeper. Denise is usually on sight and on call 24/7 during the pollination season to make sure we have every resource we need to get all of our hives placed. Denise always finds reputable growers, who pay well, and do everything they can to take care of the bees. I highly recommend the Pollination Connection for all your pollination needs!”

Blake Shook

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