Would the judges decide that the pollination crisis is as great as Laura Klahre knows it is?
She doesn’t bash honeybees, but she really kind of does.
What is inexpensive, doesn’t sting and makes carrots grow?
Guess who are the original locavores?
I believe the future of pollination for farms and backyard gardens lies with wild bees. There are 430 different bee species in New York State, including sweat bees, orchard mason bees, squash bees and bumblebees. Even in the suburbs, a wide variety of bees fly around.