Tag: pollinators

Top 4 Environmental Concerns You Should Know About

No environmental issue is really separate from any other one. The world is one big ecosystem. The health of all areas is impacted by...

How To Grow An Eco-Friendly Garden

Gardening provides a relaxing hobby to appreciate nature while also supplying some quality alone time. Growing an eco-conscious garden can take that hobby one...

Bee Corridors Are Bringing Cities to Life

Little bee restaurants of blue, yellow and purple flowers are popping up on people's balconies and roofs in various countries in a grassroots effort...

Maryland Becomes The First State To Ban Bee-Killing Pesticide

Honeybees are among the most fruitful and amazing creatures. Though their brains are fairly small, they engage in a complicated geometric “waggle dance” to...

Minnesota’s Beekeepers To Be Compensated For Pesticide Damage To Hives

The State of Minnesota will compensate two beekeepers for the damage done to their hives after dust containing neonicotinoid pesticides drifted from neighboring corn...

They’re Caffeine Junkies Just Like Us + 21 Other Reasons To...

As you’ve probably heard, the population of bees and other pollinators has been declining in recent years. In fact, according to a recent international...

Bees and Butterflies Getting Closer Toward Extinction, Scientists Warn

A United Nations Science Report just delivered some very sad and scary news: 40 percent of invertebrate pollinator species, including bees and butterflies, are...

What Would Happen to Our Food Supply without Bees?

From apples, oranges and pumpkins to carrots, nuts and coffee, nearly a third of the United States’ food supply depends on the honeybee to...
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