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Was a USDA scientist muzzled because of his bee research? He points to two suspensions.The government says he traveled without approval, behaved unprofessionally.

Was a USDA scientist muzzled because of his bee research? He points to two suspensions.The government says he traveled without approval, behaved unprofessionally.

U.S. beekeepers lost 40 percent of bees in 2014-15 | ScienceDaily | "Beekeepers across the United States lost more than 40 percent of their honey bee colonies during the year spanning April 2014 to April 2015, according to the latest results of an annual nationwide survey. While winter loss rates improved slightly compared to last year, summer losses--and consequently, total annual losses--were more severe. Commercial beekeepers were hit particularly hard by the high rate of summer losses…

U.S. beekeepers lost 40 percent of bees in 2014-15 | ScienceDaily | "Beekeepers across the United States lost more than 40 percent of their honey bee colonies during the year spanning April 2014 to April 2015, according to the latest results of an annual nationwide survey. While winter loss rates improved slightly compared to last year, summer losses--and consequently, total annual losses--were more severe. Commercial beekeepers were hit particularly hard by the high rate of summer losses…

Scientists say humans certainly caused the spread of the virus that's killing honeybees

Scientists say humans certainly caused the spread of the virus that's killing honeybees

Your Guide to Bee-Friendly Popcorn Popcorn is America’s favorite snack food, but unfortunately many leading brands, including Orville Redenbacher’s, grow their popcorn using seeds coated in bee-toxic chemicals. So how can you continue to enjoy movie time without harming bees and other pollinators? Here are three ways: 1.	Pop Your Own! The best way to guarantee you are eating popcorn grown without the use of bee-toxic chemicals is to buy USDA certified organic kernels and pop your own! Some…

Your Guide to Bee-Friendly Popcorn Popcorn is America’s favorite snack food, but unfortunately many leading brands, including Orville Redenbacher’s, grow their popcorn using seeds coated in bee-toxic chemicals. So how can you continue to enjoy movie time without harming bees and other pollinators? Here are three ways: 1. Pop Your Own! The best way to guarantee you are eating popcorn grown without the use of bee-toxic chemicals is to buy USDA certified organic kernels and pop your own! Some…

Scientists trained bumblebees to move a ball to the center of a platform to gain a sugary treat.

Scientists trained bumblebees to move a ball to the center of a platform to gain a sugary treat.

Picky eaters: Bumble bees prefer plants with nutrient-rich pollen: Bumble bees have discriminating palates when it comes to their pollen meals, according to researchers. The researchers found that bumble bees can detect the nutritional quality of pollen, and that this ability helps them selectively forage among plant species to optimize their diets.

Picky eaters: Bumble bees prefer plants with nutrient-rich pollen: Bumble bees have discriminating palates when it comes to their pollen meals, according to researchers. The researchers found that bumble bees can detect the nutritional quality of pollen, and that this ability helps them selectively forage among plant species to optimize their diets.

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