Advocating for pollinators has become increasingly prominent in recent years due to alarming declines in populations in recent years. Especially our beloved bees.
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The major causes of colony collapse might seem impossible for a single individual to fight. But there are small steps everyone can take to reverse the disastrous decline of our most important pollinator.
Researchers have concluded that humanity’s daily hustle and bustle may be making it harder for bees to find nectar-rich flowers.
California’s almond groves are blamed for a new and massive honeybee die-off. So what do almond trees have to do with honeybees?
One student shares her story about how she was inspired to start saving bees.
Colony Collapse Disorder is making it harder to find quality beeswax—a sacred substance and popular alternative to petroleum-laced, GMO candles.
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.
The world’s most widely used pesticide has for the first time been officially labelled an unacceptable danger to bees feeding on flowering crops.