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Honeybees Are Hurting. What Else Can Pollinate Our Food? - New York Times

New York Times

Honeybees Are Hurting. What Else Can Pollinate Our Food?
New York Times
The honeybee, Apis mellifera, has been the dominant pollinator for decades but now is threatened by pesticides, pathogens, parasites and poor nutrition. Last year, beekeepers in the United States lost an estimated 40 percent of their managed honeybee ...



Erin Fair Promotion Competition to feature fall trees and honeybees - southwesternontario.ca

southwesternontario.ca

Erin Fair Promotion Competition to feature fall trees and honeybees
southwesternontario.ca
1. Create a roadside, home, school, or business display featuring a legible sign including the dates Oct. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 and/or Thanksgiving weekend and Erin Fall Fair. 2. The display should illustrate this year's theme: ?Fall Trees and Honey Bees.? ...



The Mighty Honeybee Is Fighting Poverty and Deforestation in Zanzibar - WIRED

WIRED

The Mighty Honeybee Is Fighting Poverty and Deforestation in Zanzibar
WIRED
Honeybees are industrious little creatures, schlepping pollen and nectar from flower to hive all day to feed their queen. But in the tropical archipelago of Zanzibar, roughly 30 miles east of Tanzania in the Indian Ocean, that's not all they do. Bees ...



A bee economist explains honey bees' vital role in growing tasty almonds - The Conversation US

The Conversation US

A bee economist explains honey bees' vital role in growing tasty almonds
The Conversation US
And that's where buzzing honey bees enter the picture. They represent by far the most commercialized provider of pollination services, with farmers across the world paying beekeepers to ferry their hives into fields of apples and almonds so that the ...
Deciphering the mysterious decline of honey beesThe Apopka Voice
For National Honey Bee Day, Show Some Love for PollinatorsEnvironmental Working Group
National Honey Bee Day started in Harrisburg, and 14 other things you don't know about honey beesPennLive.com

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Honeybees are hurting, so what else can pollinate our food? - WatertownDailyTimes.com

Honeybees are hurting, so what else can pollinate our food?
WatertownDailyTimes.com
Like many growers, he had been relying on rented honeybees to pollinate his cherry trees every spring, along with wild bees and other insects. But that year, spring was expected to be cool. ?Honeybees will just sit in the hive in cooler weather ...



Local beekeeper sells honey, promotes honeybee preservation - Ricentral.com

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Local beekeeper sells honey, promotes honeybee preservation
Ricentral.com
COVENTRY ?? According to the Honeybee Conservancy, honey bees in the United States have been dying off at unprecedented rates over the last decade. A report issued by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) and the United States ...
B.C. scientists breed genetically superior bees to stave off ...CTV News

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Jones Co. student starts organization to educate people about honeybees - 13WMAZ.com

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Jones Co. student starts organization to educate people about honeybees
13WMAZ.com
Honeybees are facing trouble when it comes to their population, and that can impact more than just honey. A Jones County High School student is trying to make a big difference for the small insect. ?It's so cool to me, want to see,? asked Ashlynn ...



Aiken celebrates national honeybee day - Aiken Standard

Aiken Standard

Aiken celebrates national honeybee day
Aiken Standard
The Alley was buzzing on Saturday afternoon as members of the Aiken Beekeeper's Association showed off their wares and their bees for National Honeybee Day. "One of the things we do is put on events like this where we come out and educate the public ...



Struggling honeybees find refuge on Western campus - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Struggling honeybees find refuge on Western campus
CBC.ca
Thousands are swarming to London's hottest new high rises - but these aren't swanky condos, they're colourful stacks of bee hives. This month Western University became the first 'Bee Campus' in Canada. An estimated 30 to 40 thousand bees currently call ...



While We Worry About Honeybees, Other Pollinators Are Disappearing - Discover Magazine (blog)

Discover Magazine (blog)

While We Worry About Honeybees, Other Pollinators Are Disappearing
Discover Magazine (blog)
It makes sense ? about 75 percent of crops are reliant on animal pollinators, which are often honeybees. Without them, the theory goes, we'd not only lose $212 billion in global economic value, we could probably say goodbye to apples, almonds ...

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