The Pollinators

There are many issues that face migratory beekeepers and their truckloads of honeybees that journey across they United States with the purpose of pollinating flowers that become the fruits, nuts, and vegetables we all eat. Follow their journey as they attempt to work within the United States’ flawed agriculture system and learn about the threats to honey bees and how we can all help to improve it. USA • 2019

  • Peter Nelson
  • 92 minutes
  • ADOPT-A-FILM Sponsor: Miskovsky Landscaping

    Preceded by the short documentary, DETROIT HIVES
    Tim Paule and Nicole Lindsey run an urban bee farm in East Detroit with the hope of bringing diversity to the field of beekeeping and creating opportunities for young Detroit natives.
    Rachel Weinberg & Palmer Morse, USA, 2019, 6 mins.

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