Apiculture is an ancient practice between bees and beings that dates back to ancient Egypt. Over the centuries, notable figures have been lured by the sweetness that beekeeping offers. Here are the top 9 famous modern beekeepers.
HoneyColony consulted a handful of experts to learn what’s lurking in our drinking water, and how to create water that’s actually beneficial.
If you follow these tips, you’ll know how to grow a food that virtually forces your body to extract more vitamins, minerals, amino acids and essential fats from the foods you eat.
As the scope of Flint’s water crisis becomes increasingly clear, an even greater water predicament has suddenly bubbled to the surface.
From shopping at farmers markets to reusing shopping bags, choosing more sustainable options for purchasing and preparing foods will help both your health and the environment.
Is bee panacea just another trendy celebrity diet food, or are there real bee panacea benefits even medical professionals and professional athletes can’t deny?
Chloramine in the latest disinfectant that has been added to our drinking water. Suddenly, the funny taste of chlorine is the least of our worries.
The gas leak crisis that became a chronic disaster may have finally been resolved but it is far from over for the residents of Porter Ranch. Serious questions remain.
Discussing human feces may be off-putting to some, but did you know that our excrement can help our planet? Using “black gold” as a resource may very well prevent environmental catastrophe. Our preference to keeping human excrement at arm’s length has led to municipal waste water treatment systems and loads of diapers
Zika is the perfect cover for big business – a convenient and brilliant way to generate profits and help governments control overpopulation.
This ugly mosquito-transmitted virus is “spreading explosively” throughout North and South America. Are GMO mosquitoes at fault?
During a press conference in Paris, it was announced that a tribunal will investigate Monsanto for its many “crimes against nature and humanity.”