Tag: honeybees

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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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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New Fountain of Youth?

By Allison Luxenberg The Fountain of Youth may have met its match! Homemade beauty products featuring honey are a cost effective all natural alternative to commercial products. Honey, traditionally known as a natural sweetener, usually in hot...

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BEES are the new Bats!

By Susan Bartlett Austinites have come to love their bats. The Congress Avenue Bridge is home to over 1 million Mexican free-tailed bats.  Despite initial fear and ignorance of these now Austin icons, these bats have become an eco-tourism...

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Austin Chronicle Rocks!

Hey, Bee Lovers! Check out our most recent press coverage in The Austin Chronicle. Read what BEE-CZAR Beekeeper, Walter Schumacher, has to say about the urgent need to preserve these bees and bring their honey to your store shelves! View LIVE...

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