Tag: bees

Edible Bugs and Eating Insects

Insects may play a significant role in food security as the world’s population continues to grow as does the need for food. Eating insects is a hot topic and is beyond eating “ants- on- a -log” made with… Read More

Beekeeping, not just a hobby.

The incredible honey bee There is nothing quite like a the honey bee. They are one of natures great pollinators. While doing that job they store wonderful honey. They also store pollen, form propolis and they produce something called… Read More

A few tips on including flowers with wildlife value in your yard

Creating a maintaining a landscape that attracts desirable wildlife, such as bees, butterflies, and birds, is easy to do.  Follow these simple tips to get started! 1. Start small – and have a bit of a plan. Gardens evolve… Read More

Gardening for Pollinators Class

Learn which plants and gardening techniques will attract the greatest number of pollinators to your garden. Topics will include attracting butterflies, bees and native pollinators, nectar and host plants, native bee nest boxes and more. $10 per person…. Read More

Pollinator & Landscape Classes

The following classes will be offered during March at the Baker County Extension Office:  Gardening for Pollinators & Landscaping for Success March 22        Gardening for Pollinators, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Baker County Extension Office. Learn which plants… Read More

Attracting backyard butterflies, bees, and birds

Celebrate National Pollinator Week- June 17-23, 2019 and plant a paradise for pollinators in your yard! Florida crops like watermelon, cucumber, blueberry, and strawberry depend on pollinating insects for abundant, high quality fruit. Many wild plants that provide… Read More