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Looking for something to do with the family this spring? Building your own bee house is a fun, engaging activity that the entire family can enjoy! Check out our new blog post, DIY - How To Make A Solitary Bee House, to learn how to craft a bee house that suits both your budget and design style!
The Bee Cabin is a private bee house nestled in your yard or garden. Offering unique architecture with optional mud box, romantic loft w/cocoon hatcheries, fully stocked garden, and off-street parking. The Bee Cabin is rustic eloquence that invites pollinator romance.
Crown Bees today announced it was named a winner of the tenth annual Constellation SuperNova Awards. This prestigious program recognizes teams who are building innovative and disruptive programs to create measurable business value and digital transformation.
Join the Crown Bees team to learn about the importance of harvesting your mason bee cocoons and how to improve the health of your bees.
In a study we published earlier this year, we found that feral honey bees (managed honey bees gone wild) are preferentially removing food resources from the plant species that support the highest diversity and abundance of native pollinators.
Growing food in your own backyard is an excellent way to reduce stress, save money, lower pollution, and improve your community’s food security. Working with soil has also been shown to reduce depression and enhance your mental health while you learn new skills. Our goal is to cover the key decisions in the planning process to make building your own victory garden easy for new gardeners.
Backyard bee houses or bee hotels have become so popular that large garden distributors have started selling quickly made nesting habitats. When these products are made from drilled blocks of wood or bamboo tubes, they actually do more harm than good for local hole-nesting bees. These companies' intentions are in the right place but they lack the knowledge of the pests and diseases that can harm bees.