posts tagged bees

12/19/17 // Kristyna and Marek Milde

Kristyna and Marek Milde are Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artists and curators, originally from Prague, Czech Republic, working together as a collaborative tandem since 2011. | listen

3/14/17 // Jonathon Keats

Jonathon Keats was stated as being a "poet of ideas" by The New Yorker and a "multimedia philosopher-prophet" by The Atlantic. Jonathon Keats is an artist, writer and experimental philosopher based… | listen

3/1/17 // Bees Are Dying and Our Food Is Fucked

Researchers are mapping the disappearance of bees in America, and it ain't pretty. | read

12/4/16 // Your New Fave Food: Honey Bee Brood

Stop eating steak, start eating bugs. | read

3/22/16 // The Great Hive Heist

Hive theft is taking a toll on almond growers and beekeepers by wreaking havoc on production and profit. | read

10/24/15 // BTR Talks Greatest Fears

Fear Week - There are as many fears as there are people in the world--in fact, it may be fair to say there are even more fears than individuals since each person can be afraid of more than one thing. In honor of discussing our fears, some BTR staff members have faced their phobias to explain where… | read

9/3/15 // Tiny Workers Help the Earth

Labor Week - There may be more than one million species of insects in the world. Many of the schemas we hold about insects are negative. However, while insects are not exactly beloved creatures, they perform an astonishing amount of beneficial work. | read

8/2/15 // Combating the Buzzkill

Buzz Week - Of the many issues that exert negative impacts on honey bees, perhaps the greatest scourge to global population is one of the smallest: a parasitic mite. However, American honey bees’ African ancestors may be immune to the pollinators’ greatest adversary. | read

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