Maryann Frazier, left, and Ryan Reynolds work with beehives on the roof of the Penn State Forestry Building. Frazier is a Penn State senior extension associate, who has been studying honey bees for more than 30 years.
Maryann Frazier, left, and Ryan Reynolds work with beehives on the roof of the Penn State Forestry Building. Frazier is a Penn State senior extension associate, who has been studying honey bees for more than 30 years. CDT photo
Maryann Frazier, left, and Ryan Reynolds work with beehives on the roof of the Penn State Forestry Building. Frazier is a Penn State senior extension associate, who has been studying honey bees for more than 30 years. CDT photo

Hive mentality: Penn State extension associate Maryann Frazier studying effects of pesticides on honeybees

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