Salt Lake City, UT – Even if you don't take your morning toast with honey, a third of the food you eat was produced thanks to the industrious insect the honey bee. So when beekeepers around the country are losing up to 70% of their hives due to Colony Collapse Disorder, it's worth taking notice. The Beehive State itself hasn't seen anything like that kind of devastation, but with no clear cause for the problem, Utah's beekeepers aren't taking it lightly. Jennifer Napier-Pearce talks to environmental journalist Elizabeth Kolbert and to Darren Cox of Cox Honey in Logan.
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