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It's as easy to romanticize the past as it is to demonize it; instead, let's learn from it. More than living simply, more than living 'green', thrifty grandmas knew the importance of the 'economics' in Home Economics. The history of home ec, lessons in thrift, practical tips and ideas from the past focused on sustainability for families and out planet. Companion to http://www.thingsyourgrandmotherknew.com/
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We May Have Solved the Mystery of the Dying Bees

We May Have Solved the Mystery of the Dying Bees | Vintage Living Today For A Future Tomorrow | Scoop.it
For over a decade, a disease called colony collapse disorder has been destroying bee populations worldwide . Because bees pollinate many of our staple crops, their deaths threaten our food supplies.

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Scientists discover what’s killing the bees and it’s worse than you thought | Quartz

Scientists discover what’s killing the bees and it’s worse than you thought | Quartz | Vintage Living Today For A Future Tomorrow | Scoop.it

by Todd Woody

 

"As we’ve written before, the mysterious mass die-off of honey bees that pollinate $30 billion worth of crops in the US has so decimated America’s apis melliferapopulation that one bad winter could leave fields fallow. Now, a new study has pinpointed some of the probable causes of bee deaths and the rather scary results show that averting beemageddon will be much more difficult than previously thought."

 

 


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If bees go extinct, this is what your supermarket will look like

If bees go extinct, this is what your supermarket will look like | Vintage Living Today For A Future Tomorrow | Scoop.it
Over the past decade, bee populations have been dropping, partly as a result of a disease called colony collapse disorder. This is very bad news for humans, because bees are a crucial part of the reproductive cycle of many of our favorite foods, including apples, onions, avocados, and more. This incredible data visualization shows what you'd lose if the world lost bees.
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