Lincoln recently identified more than 25,000 native bees representing hundreds of species for the Galpern Lab, for a landscape scale study aimed at elucidating attributes that drive native pollinator biodiversity and abundance in relation to agro-ecosystems. He is an independent scientist and consultant whose primary research interests are biodiversity (Pollinators, Botany, Ecosystems) and habitat restoration. He believes that deep ecological knowledge is necessary to inform science, policy, conservation, and education, for the purpose of promoting social, cultural, and traditional values. Contact him to discuss initiatives related to these topics or regarding what’s buzzing and blooming in the hills.
lrbest at gmail dot com