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We Made A Large Scale Pollinator Habitat!

Loss of habitat is one of the biggest threats to pollinators.  Most people like to focus on pesticides as the reason for declines in pollinators, and they certainly hurt pollinators.  However, loss of habitat magnifies every other problem plaguing pollinators because no living creature can be resilient without a place to live and food to eat.  Honey bees garner most of people’s attention in the pollinator discussion for three reasons:

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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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