Interviews and Press
Since the spring of 2010 Cotogna’s rooftop has been home to over 100,000 honeybees thanks to the diligent efforts of beekeeper Terry Oxford of UrbanBeeSF.
At Jardinière, we continue to locally source our ingredients. The seasonable vegetables, greens, fruit, and herbs that we craft our dishes with are all grown and cultivated here in California, like the organic vegetables from Santa Cruz, Watsonville, and Marin County, and the fresh fish and natural honey from San Francisco’s own waters and beehives.
Ever since opening our San Francisco factory in 2012, the Heath team has been dedicated to building our business and developing our community. Recently, some other busy bees have been building a community of their own—right on our factory roof.
The Nature of Cities focuses on ecosystems of people nature and structure. This podcast looks at general global trends in urban beekeeping in Europe and the U.S.
These essential insects have been in the news a lot lately because they are disappearing in devastating and unprecedented numbers. And science is finally giving us some answers...
Nopalize is an industry-backed food media movement sharing access to growers, producers and makers in our local food community, both online and offline.
Meet Terry Oxford of UrbanBeeSF tonight to see bees up close in observation hives and learn about bee hive art—an artistic collaboration between bees and beekeeper.
We took beekeepers from across the US to speak out about the dangers of bee-killing pesticides. Read what happened and then share this with your friends so they can join the campaign too!
Bees are not merely a participant or indicator of a healthy environment, they are the most essential part of it. Almost all of the delicious things we eat rely on pollination of bees.