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Save bees in the Netherlands, petition

This video is called Biology of the Honey Bee.

From Avaaz.org:

Dear friends across the Netherlands,

Silently, billions of bees are dying off and our entire food chain is in danger. 512 more words

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What's the Buzz about the California Honeybees?

Recently the whole “buzz about the bees” has been growing louder as more and more people are talking about the mysterious disappearance of the honeybees. Considering the fact that one-third of our agricultural food supply is dependent on the yellow-black winged arthropod, this fact alone might be reason enough to tune into the buzz. 718 more words


CCD killed my bees; GMO corn suspected

Today I had to destroy my hives.

New beekeepers might find this surprising, that bees can die mysteriously. But it’s becoming a common problem for beeks. 1,195 more words

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Who Inspired You? A Story Of Inspiration - And A Big Thank You!

There has been someone, somewhere, for all of us, who made a difference in our life. Maybe it was teaching us to garden, or how to cook or can – perhaps it was to play a sport, an instrument, sing, dance, paint or write. 1,725 more words

Life In The Garden

Save Green Team reblogged this on Save Green Going Green and commented:

One of my favorite blogs for living a simpler, more self-reliant life.

Fearing Winter

For weeks now, I have been trying to name the feeling I keep having whenever I think about the someday-spring we will have. That is, in terms of the honeybees. 515 more words

Thoughts On Beekeeping

Bee Mama Missive: Lumpy And Squishy

Squishy and sticky, actually. But lumpy and squishy are a part of the family lore. When my almost 20 year-old son was very little, he was a picky eater.   1,155 more words


Signs of Spring - Birds and Bees

Despite what the calendar indicates, Spring is bursting out all over. The animals feel it. They are out foraging for fresh food. Insect-eating birds have returned from their winter vacations and are having no trouble finding bugs to consume. 291 more words