Many think the Flow Hive is a genius invention that respects the bees, but what if we told you that it reduces the bee hive into a beer keg. It’s animal husbandry with a negative twist.
Its delectable sweetness is just the beginning. Honey is antibacterial, moisturizing, nourishing, energizing — and so much more.
The vast majority of honeybee colonies across the country are still suffering above-average winter losses and unusually high losses in the spring and summer seasons.
New Jersey beekeepers are finding clever ways to help the honeybee. The fruits of their labor: lots of honey on the rooftop of a local area hospital.
Right before National Honey Bee Day, the EPA issued a press release claiming their new pesticide labels “will better protect bees and other pollinators.” But beekeepers and environmentalists say they may actually do more harm than good.
Check out this innovative new live cam that lets us peek inside a bustling hive in Germany.
“Bees rarely sting unless someone bothers them first.” Words from Kirk Anderson, a beekeeper in the most unlikely spot in Los Angeles.
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As improbable as it sounds, cities like Los Angeles may be the bees’ best hope for survival.