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Beekeeping for Pollination: Why it’s Important

Beekeeping for Pollination

For a better part of the last century, bees were primarily kept for purposes of producing honey. Pollination at the time occurred as a side benefit. Nonetheless, as the number of fields that require pollination increased and natural pollination declined, the practice of renting honeybee colonies for pollinating crops became …

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Colony Collapse Disorder: Battling a True Buzzkill

Over the last several years, the honeybee population has been declining. It’s being referred to as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) and while the exact cause of this decline isn’t known for certain, there’s research that looks into viable theories. Bees are fabulous for the environment and responsible for the pollination …

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5 Practical Tips To Help Save the Bees

Save the Bees, Save the World Our world’s food supply depends on honey bees. One of every three bites of our food originates from bees pollinating the flowers that produce our fruits, nuts, vegetables and even coffee–coffee production has been found to double when purposely pollinated by honey bees. Each one of us benefits …

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