When you consider that food waste is a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, reducing our impact on the environment has to start at home.
Recognizing the vital role pollinators play, Curridabat in San Jose, Costa Rica has classified pollinators, including birds, butterflies, moths, and bees as citizens.
The Asian Giant Hornet (Vespa mandarinia), commonly known as the Murder Hornet, is just another reason why we should delete 2020 and pretend it never happened!
Of the 5,000 species in North America, about 30 percent build nests in cavities or tunnels. Building a bee hotel gives tunnel-nesting bees a safe place to nest and thrive in your area.
A lot of the conversation around bee conservation is about what we need to change in agriculture and farming. But there things we can do at home to make our gardens more bee-friendly.