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Learn how bees make honey and why our food supply is in danger as bees die off at an alarming rate.
It’s officially the seventh annual Pollinator Week, an international celebration of the valuable ecosystem services that bees, birds, butterflies, bats, and beetles provide.
Much as with other honeybee byproducts — propolis, pollen, and royal jelly — the benefits of raw honey are magical and medicinal. In fact, ancient Greeks referred to it as “the nectar of the Gods.
As more and more land is converted into G.E. crop fields, important pollinators like bees and butterflies are being decimated.
Perhaps the latest study from Harvard will finally sound the gong on systemic pesticides: Neonicotinoids are proven to kill honeybees.
California’s almond groves are blamed for a new and massive honeybee die-off. So what do almond trees have to do with honeybees?
Here’s a look at HoneyColony’s top stories of the week!
Here’s a look at HoneyColony’s top stories of the week.
A bee colony is a super organism: all members are interdependent and as such serve the same sacred purpose. This focus energetically creates a unified field, and the matrix of the unified field is divine.
It was 2007 when I began scouring the net for information on colony collapse disorder, and came upon an eerie and beautifully sad short animation hailing from Lithuania.
One student shares her story about how she was inspired to start saving bees.