Can Urban Beekeeping Stop the Beepocalypse

Can Urban Beekeeping Stop the Beepocalypse

Bryan Walsh discusses the problems of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) and the potential for urban beekeeping in Los Angeles to help revitalize bee populations. Bees are healthier, tougher, and more productive in urban environments, providing even more reason to encourage urban beekeeping. Since bees are key pollinators, they can support the growing urban agriculture movement, increasing our overall food security.

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