Tag Archives: pollinators

Creating a Large Scale Pollinator Habitat and Conservation Area

Happy New Year!  I hope you had a wonderful holiday season.  Doug and I have a huge project starting in 2020 that we are happy to share with you.  We are creating a 26 acre conservation area and pollinator habitat.  This is unlike anything we have ever done before, but if Morgan Freeman, can do it so can we.  (In case you didn’t know, Morgan Freeman recently converted his 124 acre ranch in Mississippi to a bee sanctuary.  I am a huge Morgan Freeman fan.  He actually helped me learn to read thanks to his work on the Electric Company.)

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New Year’s Resolutions for My Bees

This is the time when people reflect upon the past year and make goals for the year ahead.  Want to learn a new language, lose 20 pounds, or switch your diet to 100% raw vegetables?  Make these your New Year’s Resolutions!  Everything seems possible in late December with the New Year just around the corner and the actual hard work of achieving those resolutions still several days away.  I’m not making any personal resolutions this year, but I do have some bee resolutions that I am sharing with you.  Don’t be surprised if you see some of these topics appearing in future blog posts. Continue reading