Raising honey bees is not for the light of heart. It takes a great deal of work and patience. But it is a project so wonderful for the environment. You are protecting a species that has a major impact in the food chain through pollination. By raising honey bees you are also protecting other endangered pollinators by creating a landscape attractive to them.
I’m Teresa Coppens, science geek, book nerd, educator, coffee lovin’ mom with a coconut aversion. My entire family is crazy about science including my cats! I am passionate about the weird and unusual. Here in my cabinet of science curiosities get your science geek on. Grab a cup of your favorite brew, get comfortable at Science Alcove and learn to love your inner science geek!
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