seen any bees recently? You probably haven’t since we’ve been engulfed in rainy weather or it’s because of how many are killed. There’s many reasons for the death of these fantastic creatures. 514 more words
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The Bulls and the Bees
So as I have mentioned in a previous blog titled You can BEEcome and Bee Expert, I wrote about the USF Botanical Gardens and how they house an apiary for the bees and hold a beekeeping class on Saturdays. 194 more words
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We’re throwin’ it back to the 90’s today with a blast from the past by the name of the Magic School Bus.
Ms. Frizzle would be so proud I’m bringing her back to teach y’all about the bees. 100 more words
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Bert Blackburn, President of the Tampa Bay Beekeepers Association, has gotten in contact with me.
At the Tampa Bay Beekeepers Association (TBBA), they teach their members about the tactics and importance of beekeeping commercial and recreational. 88 more words
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NOT MY SECRET...overcoming the shame of sexual abuse
I just passed my 11 year anniversary of the date of this muscle disease. Weird date to recall. It was the last time I drove more than one mile. 471 more words
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So far, we’ve known that two of the things that are causing bees to die are pesticides and parasites.
As you can see from the above picture that bees have a lot more to worry about. 100 more words
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General Mills has a genius campaign to help save the bees by taking their bee mascot off the box to raise awareness for pollinators.
They created a website where you can go to get a free pack of seeds to plant for bees and other pollinators to keep thriving. 62 more words
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