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Honey Creek Watershed Association

Honey Creek Watershed Association

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The Honey Creek Watershed Association was formed in 2002 by a group of concerned citizens who wanted to preserve the health of our watershed for future generations. Read More

Friends of Guadalupe River and Honey Creek

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It was in 1993 that Kevin Good of TPWD Austin, told me about new opportunities for volunteers to form not-for-profit organizations with state parks "Friends Groups". Read More
Kaua'i O'o

Kaua'i O'o

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The delicate Kaua'i O'o was just one of the many casualties that resulted from the arrival of European ships carrying rats, pigs and mosquitoes into a defenseless Hawaiian ecology. Read More
Paradise Bay

Paradise Bay Eco Resort

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Paradise Bay offers a unique blend of eco and luxury set in a brilliant contrast of sun-soaked beaches, crystal clear water and pristine untouched wilderness full of friendly local Read More

Pollinator Decline

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Pollinator Decline, In the last 50 years the world has seen a 90% decline in honey bee population, which has a huge impact of pollination of flowers. In order to bear fruit or vege Read More

Crystal Waters Raw Honey

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  Crystal Waters Raw Honey   Download a PDF of this Report here About us: Crystal Waters Raw Honey is produced by Trudi and Max Lindegger (with the occasional help of fam Read More

Honey product guide launched

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Ethical Consumer and Friends of the Earth today urge consumers to put the plight of the beleaguered honey bee on their shopping list by choosing ethically produced honey. In its la Read More

Honey Love

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I love honey. A little honey on a bowl of oatmeal is just about a perfect breakfast as far as I’m concerned. And a little honey on pancakes is just as good. If you’re l Read More
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  • Date Added: Feb 15, 2012
  • By Center for Environmental Health

Colony Collapse Disorder Linked to Nothing, Everything

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Photo: Antediluvial CCD or Colony Collapse Disorder is a syndrome where bee hives express the strange behavior of sometimes disappearing with a few bees left at the hive in a ̵ Read More
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  • Date Added: Mar 23, 2011
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