Author Topic: Human-Caused Threats Are Decimating Bee Populations In The U.S.  (Read 429 times)

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Re: Human-Caused Threats Are Decimating Bee Populations In The U.S.
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2024, 11:33:50 am »
Thanks, iddee.  I am doing a presentation at a Senior Living Center on Monday, World Bee Day. This aspect is part of my presentation. Will it have much effect considering the group I am talking to? Probably not, but it has to start somewhere. Even older people can have a hanging basket that offers a nectar or pollen source. Also, there might be a nurse's aide or orderly attending that can make a difference. I am also going to talk about how beekeeping has changed since WWII and milestones in beekeeping.