Ocala hosted the unveiling of an innovative bio-energy system (on February 22nd) that makes better use of raw waste. A group is creating new means of energy starting with animal manure. As WUFT’s Lauren Walters reports, this initiative will make bio-energy more obtainable than ever before.[audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/manure.mp3]
The Varroa destructor, an aggressive mite, is the leading cause of bee decline and colony collapse. But a new research method at the University of Florida may give the bees a fighting chance.