Borage and the Bumblebee

“Pollinators are what ecologists call keystone species. You know how an arch has a keystone. It’s the one stone that keeps the two halves of the arch together […] if you remove the keystone, the whole arch collapses”.

-May Berenbaum, Phd, Entomologist, from Silence of the Bees, PBS Nature

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Though often solitary, gardeners never work alone.

 

What your dog eats

The deeper into the Earth’s crust our archaeologists go, the farther back we travel into the human/canine relationship. This partnership has been resoundingly,  a win – win.

Those ancient dogs were no dummies. We continue to feed them…

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