This is a timely and important post. Bees are crucial to our survival. And our society does not value them as it should: instead, it supports the vendors of the toxins and environmentally unfriendly practices that are killing them wholesale, driving them to extinction. And when they are gone: we all die. It’s as simple as that.
This is a re-post of the one I wrote last year for World Bee Day, but some of you haven’t yet seen it, others may have forgotten it, and it says everything I would say if I wrote a whole new post. Today is World Bee Day and I cannot think of another species that deserves its own day of celebration more than bees! Quite literally, our lives depend on bees, and the bee population has been in serious decline for years now. Be kind … plant some bee-friendly flowers this week as a special treat for these fuzzy little guys, k? And PLEASE … keep the chemicals out of the garden, the yard, and anywhere else you might be tempted to use them.
While every critter, every plant has its place in the ecosystem on planet earth, there is perhaps none more important than the bee. Bees and other…
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