World’s First Urban Bee Highway Helps Save Pollinators

July 27, 2016 0

By Tasnim Abdi  In 2015, ByBi, an environmental group based in Oslo, Norway, designed the world’s first urban bee highway—a route filled with green roofs and flowers—that supports bees living in city environments. ByBi One-third of […]


Can Organic Farming Feed the World?

July 1, 2016 0

By Kendra Klein and Kari Hamerschlag Forty five years have passed since Earl Butz, then U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, asserted, “Before we go back to organic agriculture in this country, somebody must decide which 50 […]


Are Bee-Friendly Plants ‘Poisoning Pollinators’?

June 25, 2014 0

Report finds that over half of ‘bee-friendly’ plants sold at major garden centers contain deadly neonicotinoids More than half of the plants being sold at major garden retailers under the guise of being “bee-friendly” are […]


Bee Killers Sponsor National Pollinator Week

June 12, 2014 0

Concerned about the bees and the butterflies? Interested in celebrating National Pollinator Week? It’s happening next week, June 16-22, 2014. And it’s brought to you, in part, by none other than Monsanto and Bayer. In […]