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Did you know that bees are responsible for one in three bites of food that we eat! Bees give us honey but in the process of foraging for nectar and pollen they also help us pollinate important food crops such as apples, peaches, tomatoes, cucumbers and almonds. The honey industry is a direct contributor to the success of American agriculture. Today, the honey industry faces many challenges, such as hive loss, drought, colony collapse and shrinking forage areas.
What can you do to promote more bees in your area? Why not plant a bee-friendly garden! Here are some tips from the Honeybee Conservancy and The Ohio State University Bee Lab to help you plan for your pollinator garden:
The Honeybee Conservancy (http://thehoneybeeconservancy.org)
OSU Bee Lab - https://u.osu.edu/beelab/
Xerces Society - https://www.xerces.org/
To contact the Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District with questions about pollinators or soil and water conservation, call 513-695-1337 or email, email@example.com.
Sources: The Honeybee Conservancy, The OSU Bee Lab and the Xerces Society
6/2/2021 02:55:19 pm
My uncle has noticed that there are a lot of bees in his yard, and he would really enjoy getting them moved off his land. Getting them moved by a professional could allow them to be safer. and prevent any problems. I'll be sure to tell him about how he can make his yard more friendly to bees by getting a single flower top because they are easy for the bees to get to.
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