Saving the Stingless Bees (Melipona beecheii)

Saving the Stingless Bees (Melipona beecheii)

I show how indigenous, feminist and inter-generational approaches of inter-species care have been key to an effort to bring stingless beekeeping back from the brink…

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Winter Update

Winter Update

Somehow I missed sending you all holiday cards from the Beeyonce and the Bee-Girls with their life updates.  I apologize.  2011 was a busy year…

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Round II

Round II

Hello fellow bee nerds! I am really looking forward to our peer lead bee keeping workshops, beginning next Tuesday (5:00-7:00 at SIS, American University)! Here…

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Brooklyn's Foremost Beekeeper interviewed

Brooklyn’s Foremost Beekeeper interviewed

Brooklyn’s leading beekeeper, Meg Paska, gives the straight dirt on how she pays her bills as an urban beekeeper.  It’s not through running around checking…

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Honey Laundering

Honey Laundering

Great investigative reporting on Asian honey, flooding the market in the U.S.The stuff is banned in Europe, because of the considerable amount of contaminants (lead,…

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Post Irene Update

Post Irene Update

Bee-yonce and her honey bees ( the hive on top of the SIS building ) have survived the storm! They seemed a little irritated today,…

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More Buzz- this time in Chitown!

More Buzz- this time in Chitown!

http://www.good.is/post/bees-enter-the-air-traffic-mix-at-chicago-s-aiport

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Assorted Wonderful Bee Stories

Assorted Wonderful Bee Stories

I have gotten this terrific article about beekeeping at O’Hare Airport in Chicago about three times in the last week or two, so by now…

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Bee Education in Tenn.

Bee Education in Tenn.

New exhibit in Tennessee about bees, spurs the imagination. See this link for details.

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