Did you know that most of the foods you enjoy wouldn’t be possible and available if it wasn’t for the work of bees?
Bees are vital to our ecosystem as a whole, especially when we talk about our food and the food our food eats if you consume animal proteins. Without pollinators, like bees, our food supply would be incredibly limited.
As we start to venture to our new lifestyle living as self-sustainably as possible, growing our own food, taking care of our land and animals, that also includes beekeeping and supporting a thriving bee population! Bee health and how bees impact our ecosystem has always been a point of fascination for me and a subject that I really enjoy learning more about and hope you find this as education and impactful.
Before I jump in, I know it may seem like you can’t make a positive impact in saving the entire bee population, but there are small ways and things you can do every day and every week that can actually support the bees.
What’s Happening To The Bees?
Did you know there are over 20,000 species of bees including the more well known, the carpenter bee, honeybee, and bumblebee? Bees are responsible for pollinating hundreds of foods we commonly eat and the food our food eats if you consume animal proteins. Think about your favorite avocado on toast, or almond butter, or chocolate, or coffee, or berries — all of these favorite foods rely on pollinators like bees.
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