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June
01
2016

Bees are in trouble. Around the world many types of bee are in decline, and some species have gone extinct. These declines are driven by multiple factors including loss of wildflowers from the countryside, outbreaks of disease, and exposure to the many pesticides used in modern farming. Without bees we would have no strawberries, tomatoes, chili peppers, blueberries or cucumbers, to name just a few. We need to take action to help them

 


May
21
2016
Did You Know Humans Have Relied on Bees for 9,000 Years?

 


May
20
2016
Bears and Bees                  

 


May
01
2016
Rescue WILD BEE COLONY by Nairn Beekeepers (Invernessshire) after a phone call from the local Police reporting that the bee tree was in danger of falling

 


April
05
2016
The beauty of pollination

 


March
28
2016
After two years of experimenting, the stone fruit physiologist and his collaborators believe they have developed an effective artificial pollination system that uses an electrostatic sprayer to apply a suspension of pollen to flowering fruit trees.
Welcome to Whiting’s vision of farming WITHOUT bees

 


March
02
2016
The word Elixir means medicinal potion.....Swedish scientist Tobias Olofsson says his new alcoholic drink Honey Hunter's Elixir is just that. It's a new type of mead - a honey-based brew dubbed 'the drink of the Gods' by Vikings. But Oloffson has a secret ingredient - 13 lactic acid bacteria found in the honey stomach of honeybees.
Reuters Video

 


Feb
10
2016
The past few years have seen Ontario honey bees dying off at an alarming rate, with a number of factors likely contributing to the problem. The province of Ontario recently curbed the use of neonicotinoid, a powerful pesticide linked with bee health. The Agenda looks at that move, along with other work being done to safeguard nature's pollinators

 


Feb
05
2016
Bees love cannabis as much as humans do. Just look at them clenching to those weed buds. Ever wondered how cannabis honey tasted ?

 


Jan
12
2016

 

Beekeeping in Holland before Langstroth ?

 


Dec
03
2015
Laura Klahre gives a voice to the unsung heroes – pollinators! A full-time beekeeper with over 18 years of experience, 100 hives, and upwards of eight million bees, Laura raises mason bees, bumblebees, and honeybees. Her store Blossom Meadow is located in Cutchogue, NY. She also writes a column “Notes from the Meadow” for Edible Magazine.

 


Nov
25
2015
America's beekeepers are having a rough time. They lost an estimated 42 percent of their hives last year.
While some colony losses are normal, these numbers are high. "Such high colony losses in the summer and year-round remain very troubling," entomologist Jeff Pettis said in a statement.

 


Oct
29
2015
A VIDEO EVERY BEEKEEPER SHOULD WATCH!
Finally, some scientific proof and reassurance that not putting chemicals inside your beehive is a good thing (as if we really needed it anyway)! Bees are able to 'immunise' themselves against viruses causes by varroa mites, and the blanket treatment of varroa miticides destroys their own abilities to heal themselves, and adapt

 


Oct
20
2015
Buzzing bees: caffeinated forage tricks honeybees into increasing foraging and recruitment behaviors

 


Sept
28
2015
The film follows a female mason bee that has recently hatched, following her through her life as she raises a new generation.
Along the way as the bee travels to and fro, the viewer meets other species that live in the little world on the wall
Our world is a wonderful place full of amazing species, often, to see awe-inspiring nature all you need to do is look to your feet

 


Aug
27
2015
The second Annual Plymouth Linnean Lecture was held on Wednesday 18th March 2015 at Plymouth University by Professor Dave Goulson and was entitled "Bees, Pesticides and Politics: the impact of neonicotinoids on UK bumblebees ". This video acts as a permanent record of the Linnean Lecture Series and we welcome your comments and feedback. The lecture was presented jointly by Plymouth University and the Linnean Society of London. It was hosted by Dr Malcolm Scoble (Scientific Secretary to the Linnean Society of London) and this video includes his introduction and a Q&A with the audience.

 


Aug
22
2015
Paul Stamets and Steve Sheppard, two scientists in Washington state, team up to save the honeybee from colony collapse disorder. They’re investigating an unconventional remedy: the mushroom.

 

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