Turning your own lawn into a pollinator or “bee” lawn can help restore the kinds of natural habitat no longer available to pollinators.
New book from Jodi Helmer gives hope that we can turn around the crisis among pollinators that is threatening our food supply and our lifestyle.
While you can’t do much to prevent these nasty pests from feeding on you, here are some home remedies you can try to help soothe the sting, burn, and itch.
Pesticide drift is taking an increasing toll on populations of bees and other wildlife — as well as humans.
Doing your part to help bees come back will not only help guarantee that we can continue to enjoy the diversity of agricultural products we have come to expect on grocery store shelves.
8 Newly Endangered Species Added to IUCN Red List Vaquitas, Amur Leopards and African Antelope Among the Species Going Down Fast
The Rusty Patched Bumble Bee, African Antelope, Vaquita and Amur Leopard are among the wildlife species recently added to IUCN’s International Red List…
Activists would like the U.S. government to ban a class of insecticides called neonics that they blame for wiping out the bees that pollinate a majority of our food crops.
Germany and several other countries in Europe have been using honeybees as biomonitors to help keep tabs on air quality in airports.
Bring Back the Bees: Give honeybees a hand by creating a buzz-worthy yard.