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In the honey capital of America, bees are adapting, too

JAMESTOWN, N.D. — Zac Browning waited for the visitors dressed head-to-toe in hooded beekeeping suits to tromp out of a tree-lined grove sheltering stacks of wooden hives that contain about 80 honeybee colonies, which host a federal research project on pollinator habitat. Scientists and a variety of conservation partners are trying to determine whether changes in agricultural practices, including the spread in North Dakota of row crops like corn, are affecting the habitat quality of honeybees, butterflies and other pollinators.

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