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December 10, 2010

Start The Day Off Right 

Omelet With Salmon And Brie

Brunch, Part 1: French-Style Omelet And Cream Of Wheat

Brunch is that magical late-morning meal that’s a decadent treat on Sundays. Today, we have a hearty omelet with salmon and warm cereal with some local honey.

April 15, 2010

Genetic Engineering 

bee pollinating an almond blossom.

Bee Shortage Leads To Development Of Self-Pollinating Almond Trees

The USDA reports that geneticists are working to develop a self-pollinating almond tree to compensate for the rapid decline of honey bee populations

February 18, 2010

Beekeeping 

African bees in honey

Bees, Blues, Biology: History Demystifies Honey Bees’ Disappearance

The enigmatic disappearance of bees in the last three years has less to do with any one injurious factor than does hundreds of years of poor beekeeping.

August 1, 2009

Honey Business 

bees

A Little Honey, Honey – Hunter’s Honey Farm

Earth Eats talks with Tracy and Christina Hunter of Hunter's Honey Farm about raising bees and their family's more than 4 generations in the honey business.

June 6, 2009

Beekeeping 

beekeeper susan brackney and some of her gear

Susan Brackney: The Buzz About Honey Bees

Bees are major players in the production of almost everything we bring to the table, so this week, we celebrate these creative creatures and all they do for us.

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