Walter Haefeker, President of the Professional European Beekeeper’s Association explains to June Stoyer and special guest host, Tom Theobald why neonicotinoids are “too big to ban” in a special series called The Neonicotinoid View.
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In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, hosts, June Stoyer and Tom Theobald talk to the President of the Colorado State Beekeepers Association (CSBA), Beth Conrey about the history of this organization and the steps it is taking to be proactive in the conservation and protection of honeybees.
The Wampanoag People were the first to greet the Pilgrims and celebrate the harvest collectively in what we refer to today as Thanksgiving. In this special series called The Neonicotinoid View Radio Show, hosts, June Stoyer and Tom Theobald will be joined by several beekeepers including Steve Ellis, secretary of the National Honeybee Advisory Board (NHAB), Miles Mcgaughey, President of the Boulder County Beekeepers’ Association, Don Studinski, Chairman of The Pesticide Committee of The Colorado State Beekeepers’ Association and Environmental Author and Honeybee Advocate, Graham White. In this special holiday segment we will take a look at the Thanksgiving fare as it would be with and without the honeybee.
With the change of seasons come all of the scrumptious fall harvest foods! Most people tend to think of hot soups, stews and breads. However, there are a lot of great ways to warm yourself up with raw foods! It is a simple matter of using the right ingredients and knowing how to prepare them.
Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by Marie-Claire Hermans to discuss how you can kick off the fall harvest season and warm yourself raw!
It’s biblical, it’s nutritious and it is a key ingredient in many cuisines, including Italian, Spanish, Greek and Middle Eastern. Figs are an ancient fruit that can be enjoyed fresh, dried, fermented and cooked. The United States of America is ranked 3rd in world for production for dried figs with an annual volume of approximately 11,000 tons. While figs are grown in many parts of the United States, California produces 100% of the nation’s dried figs and 98% of the fresh figs. It is a fruit that is truly sustainable!