HoneColony Founder Maryam Henein visited with The Green Divas to share her insight on sustainability and the well-being of the honeybees.
After almost 18 months of research, I launched Project Grow the Rainbow. I realized that education is needed and solutions can be simple.
Eugene’s ban on neonics sets the bar for other cities and states to take action to guard against a crisis in pollinator survival that could impact 30-70% of all food production.
After a lengthy lobbying effort from bee lovers, Los Angeles is finally taking the first steps to legalize urban beekeeping in the city.
Every so often, a study finds a new reason for the ‘mysterious’ disappearance of the bees. We’re here to set the record straight on the cause behind colony collapse.
Cheerios cereal has been around since 1941. Recently, General Mills decided to remove GMOs from the list of ingredients. Is this a turning point in the fight over genetically modified food or a marketing ploy?
The queen bee is a fascinating creature. And now researchers have discovered that they share a lot more nuanced information through their pheromones than originally believed.
Inaction? Intransigence? Negligence? Whatever the right word, we’re reminded that the U.S. is behind the curve when it comes to protecting bees.
Bayer’s systemic nicotine-based pesticides are one of the main culprits behind Colony Collapse Disorder. So what does the company do? Launch a million dollar bee “research” institute to keep the public from the truth.
They say that you do not choose the bees; the bees choose you. Our HoneyColony Founder Maryam Henein rifles through her mind to remember when the honeybees first started flying into her life.
The time has come to take a stand against the systemic pesticides that are killing bees. From the front lines, Paul Towers, of Pesticides Action Network, makes a clear case and asks The Golden State to step forward and be the change.
Bee pollen is a holistic remedy used throughout the world. Unfortunately the vast amount of things pollen can be used for are often overlooked.