Lifestyles Newsletter
Backyard Wildlife: What you can do to protect bees

Honey bees and native bee populations are shrinking, but there are ways gardeners can help bring them back. Start with examining your pesticide use and what you’re growing.


Honey bees at work inside one of the hives at the Bayer North American Bee Care Center at Bayer CropScience facility in Research Triangle Park in 2014. Bayer scientists have been studying bee health and husbandry practices since the early 1990s.
Design forward: White is not just for summer
Let It Pour: Making the idea of a well-mixed drink more approachable
Family Picks: Skipping the beach? Take the kids to Bynum
On Gardening: Spicy Jatropha prized for its nonstop blooming until winter
Fantasy characters take over Raleigh at Animazement
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