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Hey folks,
After watching Paul's video with Jacquline Freeman, I was moved to present a permaculture approach to beekeeping for my Ecology class.

I need to cite from two scientific peer-reviewed articles or journals. Now I'm fully aware that permaculture might not be mentioned in a peer-reviewed journal, however I would like to at least find mention of either A) organic practices decreasing losses or B) evidence linking pesticide use to increasing losses.

Also, if there is an authority on the subject, I'd like to get in contact with them.

Thanks all!
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I'm guessing you'll have trouble finding those peer-reviewed articles.  Jaqueline, the gal in the video, will probably be happy to talk with you, though.  she may know of some articles.  here's the contact page from her website.
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