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Bees and the Environment

The Basics of Pollination

pollination and bees

Pollination is one of the key processes that sustains life on our planet. When we talk about bees, we always talk about pollination because of the critical role that bees play. How much do you know about pollination? Do you know why it’s so important?  Today we’re going to talk about the basics of pollination,…

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What is Colony Collapse Disorder?

colony collapse disorder

Are you aware of how important honey bees are to our ecosystem? Bees play a vital role in pollinating the crops we eat, including many fruits, vegetables, nuts and coffee. Without their help, we would not have a sustainable food supply for humans and animals around the world.  Back in 2006, an alarming trend started…

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Commercial Honey vs. Raw Honey

Commercial Honey vs. Raw Honey

The Truth About Commercial Honey At some point in your childhood, your family owned a honey filled bear from the grocery store. A staple among most households. However, that honey filled bear may not have been honey at all. Shocking, we know! And maybe a little disconcerting. According to the FDA (Food and Drug Administration),…

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5 Tips for Creating a Bee Friendly Garden

Bee Garden

Why Gardens Matter Spring is ALMOST upon us! And if you’re like me, you can’t wait to get your hands dirty in the soil. It’s beautiful how gardens can make up epic proportions of green space. As mentioned in our previous blog, having a garden is not fjust for country folk – gardens today can…

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Urban Beekeeping

Urban Beekeeping

In The City With the greater percent of the population moving toward urban dwelling abodes, it is not uncommon to find their buzzing friends in a similar standing. It’s often thought that honeybees only reside in the countryside and are more likely to produce quality honey in these spaces. However, that’s far from the truth.…

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Top 3 Uses of Beeswax

Top 3 Uses of Beeswax

The Beeswax Basics Before we get to the Top 3 Uses of Beeswax, let’s first look at where beeswax comes from. The honeybee is the only bee that produces beeswax. More specifically, the substance comes from young worker bees (the females) and the honeycomb.

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