Project Category: OtherProject Tags: Biodiversity, Education, Gardens and Mental Health

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    Our bees provide one out of every three bits of food that we eat. No bees,
    no food, no us. It’s also a commonly known fact that our bees are in
    trouble. Annual losses of honey bee colonies are in the tens of thousands.
    We are losing our bees at unsustainable rates. So It will be up to the next
    generation to not only understand their importance, but to take action in
    their conservation. This project will teaches kids and families in a
    positive and engaging way, why our bees are essential to everyday life and
    how they can be honey bee heroes. In our modern urban living environment,
    many kids are not able to trace back the origin of honey further than the
    stores. While some guess the sweet liquid comes from the factory, some say it
    must be from the bears. Too many of them are clueless about where it comes
    from. the We would love to make this project happen to tell the children that
    honey bees collect a golden liquid from the flowers which is then turned into

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