During these uncertain times, how can we help?
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To protect the honey bees and inspire and educate new urban beekeepers.
HoneyLove.org inspires, creates, and educates urban beekeepers at free educational workshops and beekeeping mentoring sessions.
As a species, honey bees are threatened worldwide, and if present trends continue there will be no more bees by 2035. Bees living in urban environments can be spared this fate if enough people act. Why? Urban bees find more than enough forage in home gardens, landscaping, and weedy areas to feed themselves throughout the seasons. And since the vast majority of the forage in the city is pesticide-free, bees have one less mortal enemy to contend with. While the city represents the bees' best shot at surviving and thriving, HoneyLove still has a lot of work to do to ensure we will have a healthy ecosystem in the future.