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Aug 27, 2018

In this episode, we learn about the life cycle of Ceratina, and its peculiar strategy of turning the firstborn female into the a nursemaid of the nest.

“We like to think of [Ceratina] as a bee on the brink of sociality.” - Dr. Sarah Lawson.

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Aug 20, 2018

In this episode, we learn how to create certified monarch waystations, and how Stewart Meadows integrated the monarch waystations into their golf course.

“We want to put in more of these monarch waystations and pollinator habitats. To me, that is a wonderful next step, not only for the golf course, but for all the...

Aug 13, 2018

Listen in as we talk about residential beekeeping, and the ways you can work with your local government to keep your local hives nuisance-free.

“Residential beekeeping didn't really exist 30 or 40 years ago, so the cities have had to address it as problems have come up, so each [city] will vary each time it comes up...

Aug 6, 2018

Listen in to learn more about victory gardens, the cultural importance of bees over time, and how artists and scientists work together to educate the world.

“If you want to grow food to feed yourself, you also need to feed the bees. We need to feed the bees.” - Lori Weidenhammer.

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