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The good news is there are plenty of ways you can get involved and you don’t need to become a beekeeper — unless that kind of thing gives you a buzz!
Helping bees is easier than you might think
The news is abuzz with hair-raising headlines about global bee health, but what can we actually DO as individuals to help our little friends? The good news is there are plenty of ways you can get involved. Here are 8 ways YOU can do your bit to help bees wherever you live.
How to help bees Save the bees with these simple and practical action steps. Source: Facebook/BrightVibes
You can take action today and help make our world a healthier place for bees
By now we have all heard the horror stories that bees are facing a hard time, but you may not realise we can all do our bit to help save the bees, and some of the steps you can take are really simple and have a huge impact.
Don’t worry, you certainly don’t need to become a beekeeper to make a big difference (unless you really want to), and at the same time you’ll also be helping many other pollinators who are facing many of the same serious issues as honey bees.
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The world’s most common insecticides will be banned from all European agricultural fields within 6 months in order to protect both wild and honeybees, and this is fantastic news because our world would be a very different place if bees didn’t exist.