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Cornell's Super Bee Hotel Project

Tuesday, July 25, 2017 4:06:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

Follow the story of the construction of a bee hotel! Using donated materials from local residents, Cornell Cooperative Extension in Schuyler County is building an educational pollinator hotel in their garden. The hotel will be located in a teaching garden open to the public, where members of the community can pass by and grab a flyer or read about the bees.
Comments | Posted in From our Community By Danielle Wolleman

Pollinator Week: Bees Gone Wild

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 2:51:51 PM America/Los_Angeles

Heather Harvey started Bees Gone Wild in West Lafayette, Indiana to encourage people to adopt native bees into their gardens, but she’s discovering that most people need basic information about pollination and the role bees play in producing our food before they can even begin to consider setting up a wild bee nest.
0 Comments | Posted in From our Community By Demarus Tevuk Sandlin

Heroes: Indiana Pollinator Project

Friday, October 28, 2016 2:02:11 PM America/Los_Angeles

Heather Harvey, founder of the Indiana Pollinator Project, tells us about the formation of the project and how the project teaches about native bees at schools and farmer's markets
0 Comments | Posted in From our Community By Demarus Tevuk Sandlin

First Time Solitary Bee Keeper

Wednesday, October 5, 2016 2:10:54 AM America/Los_Angeles

Last winter I was looking into the possibility of starting a bee hive as a tool to pollinate my organic kitchen garden, when I was made aware of solitary bees and the role they play as the great pollinators of North America. Without the need for expensive equipment such as hives, protective clothing, honey-related appurtenances and the time commitment necessary to keep honey bees, providing a habitat for solitary bees seemed like an easier, less expensive and less time consuming alternative.

Comments | Posted in From our Community By Demarus Tevuk Sandlin

Community-Wide Native Bee Share

Friday, July 1, 2016 2:29:51 AM America/Los_Angeles

The following story was shared as part of our celebration of National Pollinator Week, June 20-26, 2016. We applaud the efforts of Beth Murphy, President, and Jennifer Fenderbosch, Vice-President of Avon-on-the-Lake Garden Club for building solitary bee habitat throughout the City of Avon Lake, Ohio. Crown Bees hopes that their story inspires other communities to raise and support native bees.

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