How to create an environment that is attractive and welcoming to bees
A Garden for the Rusty-Patched Bumblebee
An inspiring and practical guide to creating beautiful habitat gardens that support and protect native pollinators.
7 Flowers That Attract Bees
Boost the local bee population by with these plants
We Need Birds and Bees
A study reveals the tangible impact
of a world without pollinators
Of Blooms and Bees
Combine two natural, literally natural partners, blooms and bees.
BeeMaid – Cozy up with Creamed Honey!
When there’s a chill in the air and mittens become at necessity, our tastebuds are drawn to richer, more indulgent flavours — like our creamed honey!
A sweet situation
Bees, bees, bees. After many years, here at Caberneigh Farm in Uxbridge, Ontario, we decided it was time for bees. I mean, we have horses, dogs, cats, laying chickens and a pet pig, so the addition seemed obvious. When your gateway animals are horses, well, everything...
The Hive Mind of Anthony Pasto
Anthony Pasto considers himself just a sales and marketing guy. In a former life Pasto ran a ball hockey league with a 100 staff members. These days his colleagues, almost all female, number in the millions - working away in 100 hives scattered across Southern...
Honey? We Shrink the Nonsense
Does Honey have to have bee pollen?
Building the Buzz – Options for Beekeeping
Exploring Organic Bee Keeping Options
What’s Killing Our Country Bees?
Though not native to North America, the diminutive honeybee has become an important aspect of this continent’s agriculture and biodiversity. And now this species is facing some serious threats. Apis mellifera is also known as the western honeybee and European...