I was flattered and excited to have some of my musings about bees and small houses featured in Tiny House Magazine. If you haven’t checked out the magazine and are a tiny house enthusiast, you should enjoy it and can check it out or subscribe to it HERE.
They featured an article I wrote a few years ago (when I was actively keeping a few colonies of bees on site) about the potential health benefits to bees of smaller cell size (speculative, but might interest beekeepers!) and the akin issue of the financial health of we humans living in smaller houses. While cleaning up the article for re-publication, I was surprised at how relevant the material still seems. The trend toward larger house size in both honey bees and humans might have both have unintended drawbacks! If you’re interested in bees or just checking out Tiny House Magazine, please give my article a read (Tiny House Magazine, Issue No. 42).
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