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Honey Taster is the destination for Gourmet Honey, Raw Honey of monofloral sources. buy Gourmet Honey NowThese premier honeys are sold with a satisfaction guarantee! Blackberry honey, Star Thistle Honey, Palmetto Honey and Tupelo Honey are featured at the Honey Taster for your dining pleasure.

We have a good supply of Honey Taster honeys for your perusal. The honey harvest was down last year due to hive collapse, poor weather and fewer beekeepers. This year we are increasing our efforts to bring gourmet honeys to market again.

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Texas Public Radio

Study: Roundup Weed Killer Could Be Linked To Widespread Bee Deaths
Texas Public Radio
They hope their results will convince farmers, landscapers and homeowners to stop spraying glyphosate-based herbicides on flowering plants that are likely to be pollinated by bees. "We need better guidelines for glyphosate use, especially regarding bee ...
Monsanto's global weedkiller harms honeybees, research findsThe Guardian
Study shows glyphosate may be killing honeybeesDeutsche Welle
World's most popular weedkiller Roundup is KILLING honeybees by putting them at risk of infection from harmful bacteriaDaily Mail

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The Seattle Times

Honeybees are hurting. What else can pollinate our food?
The Seattle Times
At a horticulture meeting, he learned that blue orchard bees — a native species that does not make honey or live in hives — could be used to supplement honeybee pollination. Blue orchard bees will fly at cooler temperatures.




Golden Transcript

Honeyed words of wisdom at Wheat Ridge's bee festival
Golden Transcript
“We've found there's huge interest in honey and bees and beekeeping and pollinators,” said Rosiland May, program coordinator at Four Seasons Farmers and Artisans Market. “There's a real need for education for bees and pollinators. And we just found it ...

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Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute (press release)

THE BUZZ–Me and the Bee Playground Now Open at Smithsonian's National Zoo
Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute (press release)
The Smithsonian's National Zoo is buzzing over a new pollinator-themed playground: Me and the Bee, sponsored by Land O'Lakes Inc. Adjacent to the Kids' Farm and Conservation Pavilion, Me and the Bee encompasses 4,900 square feet of space where ...




Bend Bulletin

With honeybees hurting, what else can pollinate our food?
Bend Bulletin
OMAK, Wash. — Jim Freese grows apples, pears and cherries on 45 acres in the north-central part of this state, on sagebrush-studded land his grandfather bought in 1910. Walking among trees laden with shiny red cherries, Freese recalled that four years ...
Where would we 'bee' without pollinators?University of Bristol

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Slow food

Every Flower Needs a Bee
Slow food
Moving from flower to flower to collect nectar and pollen, bees pollinate plants and allow them to reproduce. Their role is fundamental for our food, but also for biodiversity and for the survival of life on Earth. Most cultivated species depend on ...




mykawartha.com

Fleming College officially opens on-site apiary
mykawartha.com
“We were looking at how we could add to the sustainability initiatives on campus,” explained Calvin Swan, a health, safety and environmental compliance student. “We're a bee friendly city and we already had the pollinator garden so it just made sense ...




Chemical & Engineering News

Glyphosate disrupts honey bee gut bacteria
Chemical & Engineering News
... negative effects of glyphosate on honeybees. The likely outcome will be some sort of best practices on when and where to spray glyphosate, says Juliana Rangel, an entomologist at Texas A&M University. Pollination via honeybees is an approximately ...




KXLY Spokane

WSU donations feed momentum to build a world-renowned pollinator center on campus
KXLY Spokane
PULLMAN, Wash. - The world's food supply depends in large part on pollinators including the honey bee. Honey bees are responsible for pollinating hundred of foods including apples, cherries and blueberries. The future of vital seed crops like cabbage, ...




Sierra Magazine

14 Pollinator-Friendly Colleges That Have Us Buzzing
Sierra Magazine
While several colleges strive to attract prospective applicants with postcard-perfect grounds featuring manicured lawns and twisting ivy, many are adapting their landscaping practices to more effectively attract bees, butterflies, and their pollinating ...

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