Ways To Save The Bees
Plant a bee garden! Save the bees by planting these!
Ditch the chemicals for Bees
*Synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, herbicides, and neonicotinoids are harmful to bees, wreaking havoc on their sensitive systems. Avoid treating your garden and green spaces with synthetics. Instead, use organic products and natural solutions such compost to aid soil health and adding beneficial insects that keep pests away like ladybugs and praying mantises.
Become Bee Advocate And Bee Informed
- Become a Citizen Scientist
- Bee Better
- Honey Love
- The Pollinator Partnership
- Bee Informed Partnership
- Bee Protective Campaign
- Bee Girl/beekeeping for kids
Provide Trees For The Bees
*Did you know that bees get most of their nectar from trees? When a tree blooms, it provides hundreds — if not thousands — of blossoms to feed from. Trees are not only a great food source for bees, but also an essential habitat. Tree leaves and resin provide nesting material for bees, while natural wood cavities make excellent shelters. With deforestation and development on the rise, you can help bolster bee habitats by caring for trees and joining tree-planting parties in your area.
Provide Water For Bees
Build A Bee Home
Support Local Beekeepers and Organizations
*Local beekeepers work hard to nurture their bees and the local community. The easiest way to show your appreciation is to buy locally-made honey and beeswax products. Many beekeepers use products from their hives to create soaps, lotions, and beeswax candles. Plus, local honey is not only delicious — it is made from local flora and may help with seasonal allergies! You can also give time, resources, and monetary donations to local beekeeping societies and environmental groups to help their programs grow.