What's with the bees?
We love bees and like many other people, we believe bees are one of the most important contributors in our world. They are such a vital link in the food and flower pollination cycle.
Bees transfer pollen between male and female parts, allowing plants to grow their seeds and fruit, leading to the regeneration of a new plant.
Much of our vegetables and fruit that we eat are pollinated by bees. (Source)
This also includes our fruit trees. (Source)
Approximately one-third of all the food Americans eat is directly or indirectly derived from honey bee pollination.
This includes food like cucumbers, almonds, carrot seed, melons, apricots, cherries, pears, apples, prunes, plums cantaloupe, seed onions, avocados, kiwi, blueberries, & cranberries.
In fact, without bees pollinating, over one-third of the food we know today would vanish.
Unfortunately, bee colonies have been disappearing for more than 15 years now, and while the exact reason(s) remain unknown, pesticides and electromagnetic fields are the top suspects.
Referred to as “colony collapse disorder,” billions of honey bees are leaving their hives, never to return. In some areas of the world, up to 90% of the bees have disappeared!
The decline of bee populations over the last 2 decades has us quite alarmed.
While it’s true there is lot of buzz, about what growing Cannabis & hemp for CBD Oil, can do to save the bees; we want to do our part to help this cause, which is why we are donating 5% of our profits every year to our favorite non profit for bee education & conservation: BeeGirl.org.
We think Sarah is the bee's knees and we love what she is doing! Please check out BeeGirl.org and see the difference Sarah is making for our bees, our planet and our childrens' future.
Our mission is to make a difference in this world for people, for animals, the bees and our beautiful planet.
Join us along with Sarah to help make a difference and save the bees. Your purchase will go towards supporting Sarah at BeeGirl.org, allowing us to help make a difference for you, the bees and our planet too.