A bee approaches landing on a blossom at a farmers field. The federal government is finally acknowledging and addressing colony collapse disorder.

Introducing World’s First “Bumblebee Highway” To Save Bees From Colony Collapse Disorder

The Oslo Garden Society’s solution has been to build a corridor that will consist of feeding areas every 250 meters (820 feet). The route runs from east to west through the city and involves the placement of nectar-rich flowers on rooftops and balconies.