Rearing honey bees responsibly requires education and careful management to help stop the spread of disease.

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Article by Matt Robinson courtesy of Vancouver Sun

UBC scientists have teamed up with honeybees to map pollution across Metro Vancouver.

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Université de Montréal researchers believe the Varroa destructor mite could be a factor in the decline of honey bee populations.

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Article by Michelle Lalonde courtesy of Montreal Gazette

Two types of mushroom seem to help bees fight a major virus contributing to colony collapse disorder.

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Article by Robbie Gonzalez courtesy of Wired

Shelters support biodiversity while also capturing dust to improve air quality and storing rainwater. The roofs of hundreds of bus stops have been covered in plants as a gift to honeybee, by a city in the Netherlands.

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Article by Chiara Giordano courtesy of Independent

Removing honey one frame at a time preserves the individual honey properties and flavor. Is it “runny honey” I’ll answer that and other questions in this video. Kills NO bees, Causes NO stress, yes, it’s a success.

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Video courtesy of  YouTube: Frederick Dunn

Bees have been rapidly and mysteriously disappearing from rural areas, with grave implications for agriculture. But bees seem to flourish in urban environments — and cities need their help, too.

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Video courtesy of  YouTube: Noah Wilson-Rich / TEDxBoston 2012