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.
Colony Collapse Disorder has captured the concern of the general public, but very few people understand just how complex the situation with honeybees really is.
Bees are still dying all over the world and yet they are on the forefront of our consciousness more than ever before. In fact, apiaries are popping up in the most interesting places.
We strive to bee the change by joining with our readers, writers, activists, and bloggers to share information, get the word out, and fight back.
Congress is considering a new bill that could save the bees and put an end to colony collapse disorder.
Check out this innovative new live cam that lets us peek inside a bustling hive in Germany.
Just in time for National Honeybee Day on August 17, the mainstream media puts a spotlight on honeybees. But what are they neglecting to tell us?
Beekeepers are reporting more dying bees than ever this season, and some regulators are finally recognizing the culprit that seems to be responsible.
Is Monsanto really investing in bee health? Or is this another example of man making money off the backs of our bees?
The EPA just approved the use of the new insecticide sulfoxaflor, which the agency itself admits is highly toxic to honeybees.
The bright idea of feeding bees cheap high-fructose corn syrup may play a major role in the catastrophic collapse of honeybee colonies worldwide.
Every beekeeper, small or large, hobbyist or commercial, knows that honeybees are in trouble. And the government is not doing nearly enough to help.