Tag: Honey Bee Protection & Preserve

CTBR – Latest Developments

Latest Developments The honey bee, (Apis mellifera) is in danger! Under constant assault from pesticides on their food source. Starving from a lack of diversity in their local foraging. Being squished, swatted or sprayed. No wonder they are...

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Bees in the Bedroom

Bees in the Bedroom   Some folks will try anything to spice up their bedroom. While the taste of honey is sweet you would probably agree that it is much easier to just buy our Wild Honey at WholeFoods than to have a bee hive at your bedside...

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4 Tips to Avoid Stings

Four Tips for Avoiding Bee Stings By Callie Turnbull  Summer time is here and bees are busy buzzing around and looking everywhere for nectar. 1.       Stay away from nests!  Bees are territorial and will defend their nests with their lives. If...

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High-Rise Honey Video

Together with Stratus Properties and Canyon Johnson Urban Fund II, Austin based non-profit, Central Texas Bee Rescue has installed a bee apiary atop the 37th floor of the W Austin. As the first roof top apiary in Austin, the project has...

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Breeding a Better Bee?

By Idolina Maldonado Megan Garber, of The Atlantic has recently published an article discussing the possibility of combating colony collapse disorder by genetically diversifying bees. There are currently 28 different types of honey bees across...

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Keep the Honey Flowing

Here’s a great article about Walter in the My San Antonio Local news that highlights the Central Texas Bee Rescue team and their on going efforts to keep the peace between humans and bees.  “Bee Rescue Keeps Bees Alive and Honey Flowing” By...

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Research Schmee-search!

By Duane Pool In light of recent Federal Department of Agriculture (F.D.A.) reports regarding Colony Collapse Disorder, the need for independent research has become even more crucial in the fight to save the honey bee. Corporate research has...

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97 Foods At Risk!

By Kathie Martel Goldsmith Children as young as the third grade understand the basic concept of pollination. They understand that pretty flowers attract insects that stop in for a snack. In the process of gathering snacks from each flower, the...

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Power-Packed Honey

By Idolina Maldonado Humans have been using natural sweeteners, such as sugar and honey, for thousands of years. India has manufactured cane sugar granules for over two thousand years and Southeast Asia has used sugar cane juice long before that...

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