Bee Advocate Leads Grassroots Effort Against Systemic Pesticides

HobbyFarms.com

As a growing body of research points to a link between colony collapse disorder and the class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids, a backyard gardener in Virginia has taken to the Internet in a grassroots effort to have Bayer’s neonicotinoid …

Bee Advocate Leads Grassroots Effort Against Systemic Pesticides

The latest buzz on bees

Cleveland Daily Banner

by WILLIAM WRIGHT The strange disappearance of honeybees in America has been linked to everything from pesticides and parasites to a virus, deforestation and colony collapse disorder. While scientists around the world try to unravel the ongoing mystery …

The latest buzz on bees

Chai Buzz: Coping with the Honey Crisis

San Francisco Chronicle (press release)

President and Founder, Jessica Vidican-Neisius-Holguin, shares her experience as a honey buyer in the age of colony collapse disorder, which has dramatically cut honey supplies in the US and Europe. Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 27, 2012 Morning Glory Chai …

Chai Buzz: Coping with the Honey Crisis

24 Hours to Save the Bees!

Avaaz

Quietly, globally, billions of bees are dying, threatening our crops and food. But if Bayer stops selling one group of pesticides, we could save bees from extinction.

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The plight of the bees

Minnesota Public Radio

It’s called colony collapse and it affects humans more than you may think. Many agricultural crops worldwide are pollinated by bees and bees play a major role in the reproduction of wild plant communities. Two preeminent bee researchers will join The …

The plight of the bees

Bee season draws scrutiny

Albany Times Union

Skip Dickstein/Times Union

That’s what’s been happening to commercial beekeepers in the state for the last six years from a condition labeled Colony Collapse Disorder. On a chilly spring morning last week, beekeeper Gary Rulison unloaded 28 beehives at Indian Ladder Farms in …

Bee season draws scrutiny

Loveland area beekeepers say colony collapse disorder losses are devastating

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Longmont Daily Times-Call

The colony collapse disorder phenomenon — whole beehives being discovered empty — started getting attention about six years ago. “Commercial growers were finding their entire apiaries — hundreds, even thousands of hives — with no one in them …

Loveland area beekeepers say colony collapse disorder losses are devastating