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Bees need these flowers in your backyard

Bees need these flowers in your backyard

What is it about the honeybee community that draws humans into their world? Watch this informative breakdown of bee experience, bee-human relations and, most pressing, the threats to bees today. The process of human-bee interaction, the human chemical-agricultural input changes, monocultures, and the fact that "we've stopped planting cover crops" for soil fertilizers and bee food, all equal major consequences for bees worldwide.

It's not all lost though; we can turn this around. As Spivak says in the video above, food deserts don't have to be the future of food. She states that humans can help bees in two direct ways: planting bee-friendly flowers and not polluting them with chemical toxins like pesticides.

As reported on the ONE GREEN PLANET website with video - READ MORE

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