*Reblog* Saving the Damn Bees

Because bees are very important. Great post

sophie harris

Bees are mega important. If there are no bees, then there is no us. It’s really that simple. So it is our jobs to bloody save them, given the fact we probably helped a good portion to their potential extinction. So I’ve compiled a list of ways you can help save them:

  1. Stop consuming honey. Literally. Bees make honey to make their nests all warm and cosy for them in winter. Taking honey means they have to keep on making it and it tires the little guys out and they end up dying due to the tiredness. There are plenty alternatives to honey too so you really don’t need it!
  2. Plant bee friendly plants in your garden. For example; lavender, sunflowers, poppies, sage, buttercups etc.
  3. Avoid chemicals in your garden. Chemicals affect the pollen which the bees are after, so it affects them too!
  4. Always keep a bottle of sugar…

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4 Responses to *Reblog* Saving the Damn Bees

  1. veg4life says:

    Great post thank you for sharing! Many great tips everyone should know and remember this gem when you want the taste of honey without the harm: http://beefreehonee.com 💜🐝

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  2. A recently published study indicates that the quantity of insects decreased by 75 % in the last 20 years, this long-term study was only executed in Germany, so no figures available for other European countries but it is shocking enough.

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