Pesticide drift is taking an increasing toll on populations of bees and other wildlife — as well as humans.
Doing your part to help bees come back will not only help guarantee that we can continue to enjoy the diversity of agricultural products we have come to expect on grocery store shelves.
The Rusty Patched Bumble Bee, African Antelope, Vaquita and Amur Leopard are among the wildlife species recently added to IUCN’s International Red List…
Activists would like the U.S. government to ban a class of insecticides called neonics that they blame for wiping out the bees that pollinate a majority of our food crops.
Our bees are an important natural resource, not just for beekeepers, but for farmers and for all Americans. Big agriculture’s chemical branch is a powerful political force, but if an entire continent like Europe can outlaw neonics, why can’t we?
Bees on the Roof author Robbie Shell talks bees, beekeeping, honey and why we need to save the world’s honeybees…
It’s common knowledge that polar bears, and their primary prey the ringed seal, might go extinct this century as the Arctic sea ice melts because rising levels of atmospheric greenhouse gases (GHG) are warming the planet. Hearing this news, many Americans likely felt something akin to, “Gee, that’s a shame,” but the country did little […]
For the past decade Australian beekeepers Cedar and Stuart Anderson have been working on a way to easily remove honey from bee hives without having to physically open the hives and disturb the bees. After years of research and testing, this father and son team have created the Flow Hive. This extraordinary invention has proved to […]