For centuries beehives have been part of the architecture of mountain homes here, built into the thick outside walls.
Now it’s time to share with you my plans for the 2016 garden.
Placing an insect hotel in the garden increases the chances that beneficial insects will naturally visit your garden.
Deb digs deep to get the skinny on Native Bees. An interview with Resilience.org featured author Adrian Ayres Fisher about how you can plant up your yard to attract pollinators.
With honeybee populations on the decline, scientists, lawyers, and even artists have set out to save humanity’s most important pollinators.
The problem of Colony Collapse Disorder is a symptom of transient pollinators-for-hire who are forced to live in giant bee slums and to survive on diets of junk food.
Stuart and Cedar Anderson have set the internet abuzz with their record-breaking Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign.
A necessary guide for anyone who farms, gardens, or who wants to learn more about ecology-based land management
A garden is so much more than flowers alone.
A whole range of people will find Heather Holm’s book useful, from gardeners, organic farmers, and permaculturalists, to garden and landscape designers, as well as those restoring and managing natural areas.
While the plight of bees has gotten deserved attention of late, many species of pollinators face the same threats: habitat destruction, climate-induced changes in flowering and weather patterns, and in some cases, pesticides.
With a sharp decline in pollinating insects, farmers are being encouraged to grow flowering plants that can support these important insects. It’s a fledgling movement that could help restore the pollinators that are essential for world food production.