The less chemicals we put on or in our body or into the environment the better for all of us. We are all interconnected. What goes 'round, comes 'round. Even the bible states that in theological terms.
Bees are important part of nature.she works all day without any rest to produce honey for us in which there is cure for so many illness.no factory can substitute the bees. From the bees lifestyle we can learn so many lesson.thats incredible.
it part of our eco , with out bee we begin the break down to our on life.
no bees no life.
God made every animal, bug, big or small he made them ALL therefore we need them all and they have every right to bee on this earth as every one else!
I've been helping with the Neal's Yard petition to save the UK bees. They are dwindling fast... it is a simple fact that "no bees=no life". Please look at the info about saving the bees.... and sign too!
We are the part of nature, if we want to protect our- self the first essential thing is to protect the nature and the natural way of the living creatures.
The bees are vitally important to the survival of us as a species. The bees go so do humans.
J'aime les abeilles qui vont de feurs en fleurs, butinées! et j'apprécie gustativement le nectar qu'ils fabriquent Le Miel a proteger absolument.
The bees, small as they are, are a CRUCIAL factor in the continued sustainability of the planet.
No to killer sprays, beause we need these busy bees to pollenate the flowers of our essential fruit and vegetables, and collect the nectar for honey.
We're living in an increasingly toxic planet; we need to take action now.
KEEP up the NECESSARY work! My nephew in Goleta - outside of Sta. Barbara raises them too...and is VERY concerned.
I wish I could raise bees and a few other animals, however, I have no land and live in a populated town!
Keep wishing. In one day...can be real.
They are part of our environment. Without them as with many if not most, life as we know it would change for the worse. More people dying of cancer etc etc you get the BIG PICTURE here?