Today is World Bee Day

I usually don’t post new info before a cooking class, but this seems too important not to.  Here’s the link to my class in case you missed it yesterday.

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Join Good Food for Healthy Bones & Mental Health Zoom Meeting on Friday, May 21st at 10:30 am (est)

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SAVE THE BEES!

World Bee Day 2021

Did you know that May 20, 2021 is World Bee Day?

To celebrate our precious pollinators, we have put together an issue of Organic Bytes all about bees!

In this issue, you’ll learn:

• More about the lives of these amazing creatures

• All about the biggest threats to bees today, including pesticides and industrial monocrop agriculture

• How to avoid fraudulent honey and support real regenerative organic beekeepers

• Actions you can take—from the products you purchase and those you avoid, to landscape management, to national policies—to support and rebuild healthy pollinator populations

Learn more and take action through our Save the Bees campaign

 

Pesticides Forum:

2021 speakers include:

• Russ Henry, Bee Safe Minneapolis

• Joyce Kennedy, People & Pollinators Action Network

• Steve Ellis, Old Mill Honey Company

• Aimee Code, Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation

Vera Krischik, PhD, Department of Entomology at the St. Paul, University of Minnesota

This year, this must-attend event is online and open to all. Donations to support the event are welcome, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

The 2021 National Pesticides Forum takes place over the following days. The full program is available here.

Monday, May 24, 6:00–7:30 pm ET

Tuesday, May 25, 1:00-5:30 pm ET

Tuesday, June 1, 1:00-5:30 pm ET

Tuesday, June 8, 1:00-5:30 pm ET

Tuesday, June 15 1:00-5:30 pm ET

Register for the 2021 National Pesticides Forum

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