Honeybee Populations Are Growing Again!

More Evidence of Bees on the rise!!! There has recently been some good news about the honeybee populations, after several years of alarming reports that their numbers have been making a steep decline towards a possible extinction. Numbers released from theĀ U.S. Department of Agriculture this week show that there has actually been an increase in… Continue reading Honeybee Populations Are Growing Again!

Call off the Bee-pocalypse

From the Washington Post. Seems like we are more in danger now of losing bee-keepers than bees-maybe. Another story of how a free-market economy is the driving engine to successful farming. You’ve heard the news about honeybees. “Beepocalypse,” they’ve called it. Beemageddon. America’s honeybees are dying, putting honey production and $15 billion worth of pollinated… Continue reading Call off the Bee-pocalypse

Colony Collapse Disorder-Around the Web

Bees at Work

I am going to try and keep up with stories around the web about Colony Collapse Disorder(CCD) to promote awareness of this serious issue. For those of us following CCD we know the issue is one we all need to be aware of, and there seem to be no real answers to why CCD is… Continue reading Colony Collapse Disorder-Around the Web

30 Flowers for the Honeybee

Top 30 Flowers for bees, or is it? List originates at this posting at RealFarmacy.com as a disclaimer I know nothing about this website, their research on this article, how the list was developed or where they sourced this list. There was a link at the bottom of the list and it leads to a… Continue reading 30 Flowers for the Honeybee

Supermarket Without Bees: The Produce Section Without Pollinators

Bees at Work

Everyone who knows just a little about bees knows that we would be in a World of shit without them. There would be serious problems and there are serious concerns about the health of bees and bee colonies Worldwide. Colony Collapse Disorder(CCD) is a real thing and there’s good reason to be scared and not… Continue reading Supermarket Without Bees: The Produce Section Without Pollinators