Small steps pave way for pollinator paradise

-Land use changes have greatly impacted forage, bee health


September 25, 2023

Michael Standaert

Employees at Browning Honey sort and process honey to remove wax, impurities and other debris before it goes through further refining processes.

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As a 4th generation beekeeper and honey producer, Zac Browning knows his bees.

"Look here, this is a different type of native bee, this little hairy guy here," Browning said, his voice a pitch higher than normal as he moves toward a burst of flowers.

Browning also knows what these pollinators eat. He points out remnants of alfalfa, giant red clover, native sow t...

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