• Cleveland Botanical Garden’s Honey Bees Feed the Food Desert

    Thumbs up to the Cleveland Botanical Garden’s urban learning farms, where honey bees pollinate the food desert! Cleveland Botanical Garden Turns A Food Desert Into An Urban Farm The term “food desert” describes communities in the United States that lack fresh fruit, vegetables, and other healthful whole foods. These areas spring up in impoverished neighborhoods within cities. Food deserts create a problem […]

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  • Raw Honey: 7 Benefits You Should Know About

    Raw honey is one of the healthiest natural sweeteners on the market, and one that is rapidly rising in popularity. It’s incredibly versatile, and can be used in a variety of delicious recipes, and to sweeten beverages such as coffee, tea, and smoothies. Since honey is a naturally-sourced substance, it is a much healthier alternative […]

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  • It’s a bird…It’s a plane…It’s Barclay the Bee!

    A bee in comic book stardom – Barclay the Bee! We are so excited to announce the arrival of “Barclay the Bee,” a little six-legged supergal who is the star of a new comic book by artist Olga Andreyeva. Created by the InterContinental New York Barclay Hotel and The Center for Sustainable Design Strategies at Pratt […]

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  • The Honeybee Conservancy is Now Part of Sakroots’ Karma Circle!

    Spread the Word! Sakroots has launched Karma Circle, a charity program that includes The Honeybee Conservancy.

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  • Charles Henry Turner

    Remembering Dr. Charles Henry Turner

    Charles Turner was one of the most important names in science. He was able to show people for the first time that honeybees have color vision, a very important discovery. The scientist should also be remembered as being one of the first African American to receive a university degree, at a time when African Americans […]

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