The worth of pollinators is undeniable. Each year, more than $20 billion dollars of food crops come to fruition across North America because of creatures far smaller than the coin in your pocket. That’s a lot of weight on those tiny shoulders. And unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock, you know about the dramatic decline in European honeybee populations.
So, with honeybee numbers in decline and pollination at risk, what’s a gardener to do? Continue ReadingRead More »