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How to Treat (and Avoid) Bee Stings

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Honeybees are small but mighty creatures. Their stings can be more than unpleasant; they can be downright painful. For those who are allergic to bee venom, bee stings can be life-threatening. That’s why we think it’s better to know how to deal with a bee sting, before one even occurs.  In this article, we are…

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The Almond and the Honeybee

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Have you ever wondered where your almond milk comes from? If you guessed honeybees, then you would be correct. Every February, honeybee colonies descend upon Central California for the annual pollination of the almond orchards. This short pollination window of 4 to 6 weeks provides about 80% of the world’s almond supply. Not only does…

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The Life Cycle of a Honeybee

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What do you think of when you think about honeybees? Maybe a creature buzzing around collecting nectar, making honey and being a bit of a nuisance during your summer BBQ? While this might be an accurate perception of the honeybee, it does not do the honeybee justice. In reality, honeybees play a critical role in…

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Choose Wildflowers for a Bee-Friendly Garden

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If you are a regular reader of our blog, then you may have read our last post about how you can help save honeybees. In that article, we share some practical ways that you can support honeybees as well as other pollinator populations. Here are just six ways you can do your part to help…

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6 Ways to Save Honeybees

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It’s no surprise that honeybees and other pollinators play a vital role in our world’s agricultural systems. Bees have been disappearing, and this should be a major concern for everyone. Sure, it might seem like a big problem that you alone can’t solve. But there are plenty of practical things you can do to help…

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How Do Bees Carry Pollen?

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You probably know that honey bees collect nectar and pollen. But, do you know how they carry these valuable resources back to the hive? Honey bees are specially designed to collect, transport and process nectar and pollen into energy sources. They have unique physical features that enable them to do this important work and keep…

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