Honeybees are disappearing all over the world and yes, we can do something about it!
Is it worth the effort? Yes, it is. Keeping, caring, or supporting honeybees (and other pollinators) is a service to the community, because pollination is essential not only for our food production but also for wildlife.
A great informational evening about the honeybee will take place
Friday, September 5th
in Gordon’s Grange
at 7-9 pm (cost $10 for adults, kids free).
You will learn about the biology and life cycle of this fascinating creature and how it benefits us with all its activities and products. After this evening you will know how you can contribute to the return of the honeybees.
A great opportunity to explore one of the mysteries in Nature….
See you all there!
Thomas Mani, Beekeeper in Yelm
P.S. We will sell our own honey and bee pollen, produced locally in the unpolluted Bald Hills.”
HEAR MR. MANI’S INTERVIEW ON BEYOND THE
ORDINARY INTERNET RADIO LAST MONTH.
MR. MANI’S LOCAL BUSINESS IS TREE-OF-LIFE ENTERPRISES.
The September 5th edition of the NVN out today published this story:
Deep in the wilderness of Bald Hills lives a man among bees. The beekeeper of Yelm, Thomas Mani, maintains 15 hives with an estimated 40,000 to 50,000 bees per hive.”