3.30.2010

bee friends

Here are three important articles for my friends who are keeping up on news of the bees, none of which is good. As growing season approaches, let’s plant things that nurture bees, and keep the pesticides off our gardens so we can have honey on our tables…This is last summer’s patch of chamomile, enjoying the sun at my kitchen door.

4 comments:

Jacqueline said...

Thanks for posting Honey Bee information, and promoting public awareness of Honey Bees.

We are California Beekeepers!

Anonymous said...

One thing that helps is to let bees get nectar from the little flowers in the lawn... so don't hurry to mow... let the bees drink!

Debbie said...

Well-done, Dominique! I work with your wonderful sister, Michele, here in beautiful Kentucky. Our friend, Rachel, and I were just discussing how important it is to have clover in our yard for the bees. Our school's Green Council shows a film each Earth Day. This year's focus is local, sustainable food and we're showing "Food, Inc." Next year, I'm planning on showing "A Chemical Reaction" (http://www.safelawns.org/chemical-reaction/) to focus on healthier ways to care for our yards and gardens!

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