If you are into all things nature, you have heard that bees are endangered around the world. So endangered in fact that it is said the last bee will be extinct by 2035. That’s not far off! Whether this is due to climate change, the extensive use of pesticides, both these, or any other possible reasons, that fact remains. Learn how you can help save the bees.
As usual, to save the bees education is key to changing our habits and preserving their habitats.
The Bee Protectors project has been in the works for a while, and it has been finally brought to fruition solely off the funding of our owners.
The Bee Protectors project is run by a small, passionate, group of individuals who have a goal of helping the world to be a better place through spreading the message of the importance of bees on our environment.
Bee (pun intended) the change and check out this website for unique bee-related clothing and even jewelry. Shipping is free for orders over $45. My friends, family, and garden clients will be seeing me doing my part to support the bees in this sweatshirt soon! I first have to decide on the yellow or green sweatshirt, maybe one of each. They are cute.
You can also help by planting native (to your area) flowering perennials, trees, and shrubs. Whether you choose a traditional style garden or try the currently wildly (pun intended, again) popular wildflower or butterfly gardens is up to you. Some are even replacing their entire lawns with native plantings.
Do your part to save the bees….please.