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June 22, 2012

Will the Real Honey Please Stand Up?

Are all honeys created equal? Artisanal beekeepers protect honeybees while preserving the natural flavors from local blooms.

April 01, 2011

Bees Are Here to Stay at The Fairmont

What happens when you put bee hives on the roof of a Landmark San Francisco hotel? If Helene Marshall and jW Foster have their way, both guests and community members will start thinking differently about the importance of pollinators.

March 11, 2011

Rethinking Bees and Honey

In this excerpt from Farm Together Now, maverick beekeeper Sam Comfort talks about industrial beekeeping and the treatment-free alternatives. Photo by Anne Hamersky

November 13, 2009

Where the Wild Bees Are

Local food needs local pollinators. Why we need honeybees and wild bees.

February 08, 2008

Thoughts From Eco-Farm

The annual gathering of farmers, growers, activists and others known as Eco-Farm covered a variety of topics, with the emphasis on staying motivated and committed to changing our food system.



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