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  1. Eco-Friendly Gardening Techniques for Bees

    Bees are highly beneficial creatures, responsible for pollination an estimated 80% of the western diet. However, due to attack from the varroa mite and agricultural pesticides, their numbers have been in steady decline. British gardens cover a combined area estimated at over 10 million acres, and as agricultural land becomes less bountiful for pollinators, they are becoming increasingly important in...
  2. How To Help Wildlife In Your Garden

    Many species of wild animals are on the decline, including hedgehogs, sparrows, and song thrushes. With an estimated 24 million gardens in the UK, these outdoor spaces have huge potential to nurture an array of creatures. Here are some simple solutions for how to help wildlife in your garden. Go natural An immaculate garden with with a tidy lawn, perfectly...
  3. Bee Conservation

    Bee conservation is all the buzz at the moment, pardon the pun. With the Great British Bee Count recently coming to a close, and us being in the midst of Bees' Needs Week 2018, we thought there would be no better time than now to do a blog post on all you need to know about bee conservation. So here...
  4. More Than Honey

    If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live. Albert Einstein We have spoken about our love for bees before - Claire has done two excellent posts on saving the bees and farming alternatives that don't involve the use of neonicotinoid pesticide. In addition to producing honey, bees are...

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