Category Archives: bee deaths

Bee Documentary – Pollinator Activist Shares Her Secret to Saving the bees

SANDY ROWLEY: THE BEE LADY OF RENO News Source : http://www.respectfulrevolution.org/#/road/videos/sandy_rowley_bee_lady_reno February 14, 2017 • Reno, NV It’s not everyday that a citizen, however concerned and dedicated, can get any level of power – public or private – to change course, even when it’s a matter of the common good. Meet the incredible Sandy Rowley,… Read More »

On Saving the Honey Bee

Gunther Hauk is the co-founder of Spikenard Farm, a biodynamic and organic honey bee sanctuary. In this video he describes some of the problems facing our honey bees and offers hope of solutions. This is a fund raising video for a DVD that Gunther will be making. He runs Spikenard Farm Honey Bee Sanctuary, a… Read More »

Become a Good Beekeeper – Jacqueline Freeman

Colony Collapse Disorder solved. Well, I guess it’s been solved all along. The organic beekeepers experienced little, if any colony collapse disorder. Happy bees. Jacqueline Freeman is the author of an upcoming book “Bees, the OTHER Way”. She points out the different strategies that conventional bee keepers might try to save their hives from colony… Read More »

Attract Bees

Did you know that every seed, bulb, tree, shrub, flower and/or plant that you buy contains a type of pesticide that lasts 5 years or more? Unless you purchase certified organic seeds and/or plants, you are doing more harm to our ever declining pollinators.  Ask your garden shop for Neonic FREE plants and seeds. Find… Read More »

Getting Good Things Done For Nevadans – A Year in Review

Thank you for wanting to learn more about Bee Habitat and our work. Our intentions are to save our pollinators, reduce pesticides and their affects on our health as well as pets and wildlife. We have accomplished a great deal in a relatively short amount of time. Most of the work we do involves a… Read More »

Nevada Native Pollinators In Trouble

How can you help protect our native pollinators? 1. Buy organic as often as you can. This reduces the pesticide loads in our communities, helping pollinators, pets and our children long term health. 2. Plant only organic Trees, Shrubs and Flowers. Ask for NEONIC free plants at your local or online garden shop. 3.  Install… Read More »