Un nombre sans cesse croissant de maisons et d’entreprises situées en pleine ville font maintenant l’élevage d’abeilles dans leur cour ou sur leur toit. Pourquoi ? Parce qu’ils sont votre source de miel produit localement et contribuent à la cause des...
A rising number of homes and businesses are starting to maintain beehives on city rooftops and in backyards. The point? They’re your personal source of locally produced honey and contribute to the honey bee cause. Yes, the honey bee cause is a thing
In each of the last six years, one-third of honey bee colonies have been lost in North America and Europe. In turn, Birks is contributing to honey bee preservation by committing to the preservation of their endangered ecosystem. We caught up with Eva Hartling (V.P Marketing and Communications for Birks) to find out a little more about these efforts
Rain? What rain? That’s how you know that an event is done right – when the lousy weather outside is the last thing on your mind. Birks hosted a flawless garden-themed soirée celebrating 135 lovely and successful years in the jewelry business at their Montreal flagship boutique
In each of the last six years, one-third of honeybee colonies have been lost in North America and Europe – and there’s nothing sweet about that. Without their significant role in fruit and vegetable production, we might as well wish ourselves an early death by starvation now. That’s why Birks, the leading Canadian jeweller we all know and love, is doing something about it