A detailed guide for how to please the bees.
I think I’m wired like a bee scout! Leaving my stable, paying job to raise bees and live out of my truck.
Thrill-seeking bees that fearlessly leave their hives and search for new sources of food and hive locations have genetic brain patterns that set them apart from more timid bees, a new study suggests.
Bummed about the bees? Bee-researcher Marla Spivak says there are two things we can all do to help bees: plant bee-friendly flowers and don’t contaminate them with pesticides. “Let the small act of planting flowers and keeping them free of pesticides be the driver of large scale change.”
Check out Dr. Spivak’s Ted Talk to learn why bees are disappearing. (Here’s a hint: our flowerless landscape and dysfunctional food system.) Save a bee eat pesticide free!
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