Designed by Paul Stamets and Paul Taylor, The BeeMushroomed™ Feeder (BMF) is a patent-pending prototype designed to deliver immune-supporting extract to the bees. In the Spring of 2020, they will make the feeder available to purchase worldwide. Their initial BeeMushroomed Labyrinthine Feeder will allow anyone to help feed local bees their proprietary polypore mushroom extract. […]
From Backyard Beekeeping 101 Once, while taking a casual stroll through the apiary, I noticed something odd… It was the middle of the afternoon and it seemed to be business as usual in most of the hives, except one. Around the entrance, there seemed to be some kind of commotion. Unbeknownst to me at the […]
All beekeepers can participate, creating a rich distribution of sampling sites in Canada, the United States, and Mexico.
KidsGardening and Klorane Botanical Foundation are pleased to announce the opening of the 2020 Budding Botanist grant!
Honey bees may gain health benefits from fungi and their antimicrobial compounds
Knotweed is an invaluable honey bee forage vital to sustaining these crop pollinators through the winter so they are available for the next growing season, and should not be eliminated by Aphalara Itadori.
Dr. Samuel Ramsey, who spoke at the Tri-County Beekeepers Spring Workshop in 2019, has a GoFundMe campaign to stop the next nightmare pest for western honeybees.
For one week, the Blitz invites people across North America to go out to gardens, parks and green areas and monitor milkweed plants for monarch eggs, caterpillars, chrysalises and butterflies.
To enter the #PlatedWithHoney Sweepstakes, upload a video or picture of your best honey-drizzled dish to your Instagram account and tag the National Honey Board’s Instagram account @NationalHoneyBoard and the hashtags #PlatedWithHoney and #Entry in your caption between Monday, July 1 and Wednesday, July 31.
This free workshop and field demonstration will help service departments, landscapers, school groundskeepers, and anyone with a lot of land, field, or forest control invasive plants where you can’t, or don’t want to, use toxic chemical control measures.