In the News: November Edition

The Arctic Bumble Bee Bumble bees are the only species of bees that live that far up north, and these fuzzy pollinators play an important role in the pollination of plants in the Arctic. Though their role is important, little is actually known of them. With the changing climate and melting of glaciers, it is … Continue reading In the News: November Edition

Easy Paleo Mocha

We love coffee, and we love chocolate… so why not make a mocha! Here is a simple mocha recipe to help fuel your morning! Ingredients 1 cup of coffee, freshly brewed 1 teaspoon of MCT oil 1 teaspoon of raw cacao honey 1 teaspoon of cacao powder 1 teaspoon of cacao butter Blend all ingredients … Continue reading Easy Paleo Mocha

In The News: October

Pesticides With a Side Of Honey Many of the world’s farmers use chemicals to protect their crops from pests. Unfortunately, this also means bees come in contact with the chemicals as well. Though the impact of pesticides on bee has been researched for a while, new research on the impact these pesticides has on honey … Continue reading In The News: October

Thankful For Our Bees

This Thanksgiving, bee sure to give a lil thanks to our beesties the bees! Many don’t know, but a large amount of the food we eat is either directly, or indirectly thanks to our buzz-worthy friends. As far as our Thanksgiving feast, you would say adios to a majority of favorites if not for the … Continue reading Thankful For Our Bees