Experience the buzz at Wild Harvest Honey on this episode of FarmHER featuring Amber Rutledge, one of the few Honey Connoisseurs in the United States.
Explore Secret Garden Bees’ sweet story of growth and success in the world of honey production thanks to a vital grant from the N.C. Tobacco Trust Fund.
Scientists have created the first-ever vaccine for honey bees, which was developed to protect the health and safety of pollinators that are vital to U.S. agriculture.
Beekeepers across the nation face a common challenge during winter—helping bee colonies survive the harsh conditions. Now, a new product developed by an innovated apiarist is changing the game. Enter, the Hive Hugger.
Thanks to a new funding initiative led by apiarists across the state, North Carolina State University’s Bee Research Program is cultivating a sustainable future for honeybees as well as improving agriculture in the region.
Jessica Steller of Steller Apiaries was studying to be a teacher when she landed on something else entirely— beekeeping! The Michigan Farm Bureau takes us to Steller Apiaries to meet Jessica and her husband, Keith!
The student team started with a one-acre plot, but hope to plant similar ones all over the state of Utah.
July is National Watermelon Month! To celebrate, we dig into some of the challenges watermelon producers face each season to provide consumers with the juicy, summertime sweet treat to consumers across the United States.
U.S. Forest Service scientists just launched a project aimed at boosting bee populations.
June is National Pollinators Month! This initiative brings attention to the important relationship between pollinators and plants. So, it is only fitting that honeybees are getting some great news!
Don’t miss the buzz of this episode of Where the Food Comes From, airing this Friday at 9:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. only on RFD-TV!
It’s the oldest story we know — the birds and the bees. We don’t need the birds to grow our food, but without the bees we’d be in a lot of trouble. About a third of all crops require direct pollination by bees, including 70 of the top 100 primary sources of our food.