Happy World Bee Day! Without honey bees there would quite simply be no almonds so California’s almond farmers have a deep, vested interest in protecting their health.
Because of their essential role in almond farming, moving pollen from… Read more
This post first appeared on Sustainable Brands on May 2, 2019.
Almonds are a fantastic food — they’re packed with [6 grams of] protein, have good fat, are an excellent snack themselves and make great alternatives to milk and flour… Read more
Reduce, reuse, recycle are particularly meaningful words on Earth Day, but for almond farmers they’re top of mind all year round.
Did you know almond trees grow more than just the nutritious almonds we eat? Our favorite nut grows in a… Read more
Recently, the Almond Board of California announced the Almond Orchard 2025 Goals, which focus on the almond community’s dedication to growing good in our orchards and beyond.
With targets across zero waste, water efficiency, pest… Read more
The Almond Board of California (ABC) welcomes Josette Lewis, PhD, as the new director of Agricultural Affairs. In this position, Josette will focus on the development, funding, and strategy of ABC’s research program, exploring next-… Read more
Throughout this year’s almond bloom, almond farmers and orchard visitors have been posting on social media to give you a behind the scenes look of one of the most beautiful times of the year in the Central Valley.
Take a look…
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Honey bees are essential to the global food supply. Did you know that 35 percent of the world’s food crops rely on pollinators to some degree?
As almond bloom wraps up over the next few weeks, honey bees that came to California to… Read more
Almond Board of California is celebrating its community by running occasional features on farmers, processors, and others who support the industry, highlighting their commitment to sustainability.1
Robbie Bell of Fort Meade, Florida, has… Read more
Honey bees work hard during the almond bloom season to ensure the growth of our favorite nut, but it’s not a one-sided relationship!
Bees benefit from abundant single sources of high-quality pollen, like the pollen from almond blossoms.… Read more
The following are excerpts pulled from a Manteca Bulletin article published on February 12 entitled “Who needs Chanel No. 5 when you have almond blossoms to caress your senses?” by Dennis Wyatt that can be viewed here.
“But then as the… Read more