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Bees are endangered.
Which means humanity is endangered.
That’s not hyperbole.
If they go, many scientists are telling us that we go.
Excessive use of pesticides in crops is a big part of the problem.
Here’s what we can do:
1. Plant bee-friendly plants
In the Spring: lilacs, penstemon, lavender, sage, verbena, and wisteria.
Summer: mint, cosmos, squash, tomatoes, pumpkins, sunflowers, oregano, rosemary, poppies, black-eyed Susan, passion flower vine, honeysuckle.
Fall: fuschia, mint, bush sunflower, sage, verbena, toadflax.flowers and flowering herbs in your garden and yard.
(Your local garden center people will point you in the right direction of course.)
2. Take it easy with the weeds – weeds can be a good thing.
3. No pesticides and chemically stuff on your lawn or garden.
4. If you must buy honey – it’s not vegan of course – buy local, raw honey.
(The first day I went vegan, I went for a green tea at the coffee shop down the road – and asked for a vegan cakey thing with it. She came back without my usual honey with the tea. “Er – can I get the honey?” “I thought you were vegan now?” Damn – didn’t realise!)
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