October 17, 2014

How to Save the Bees & have a Yummy Time doing so.

Update 4/2/2015: Things are looking up: “Portland banned the use of neonicotinoid insecticides, a wide-ranging classification of chemical pest killers, on city-owned property. The City Council unanimously approved an emergency ordinance Wednesday, making the insecticide ban effective immediately.” Read the rest here.

Above: Your Grocery Store In a World With and Without Bees (i.imgur.com)

>>> A new Cornell study of New York state apple orchards finds that pesticides harm wild bees, and fungicides labeled “safe for bees” also indirectly may threaten native pollinators. “We found there is a negative response of the whole bee community to increasing pesticide use,” the lead author said. (mediarelations.cornell.edu)

Tim Brod

Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis Presents…

Bonus video: Waylon talks with two experts about how *you* can save the bees this Holiday season

Tim Brod: Highland Honey’s King of the Bees

The Good, the Bad, the Fake Honey & How to really Save the Bees.

This will save our food, prevent allergies, create local jobs, sweeten your tea, heal your arthritis & lubricate your loved one’s…well, you know.

More sweet honey from Tim Brod’s mouth:



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Connect with Tim and Highland Honey Bees on his website

Want to try some Highland Honey? Order it at Elephant Market!  




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Photos: Highland Honey Bees

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