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Let your palate explore the terroir in honey with the regional honey bar hosted by Dos Manos Apiaries. National Pollinator Week June 17 — 23, highlights bats, birds, butterflies Ticson bees for their contribution that ensures the survival of our terrestrial ecosystems. Fruits and vegetables come immediately to mind, but foodstuffs from your cup of coffee in the morning to that glass of wine with an artisanal chocolate bar at the end of the day are also the direct result of animal pollination.
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A bonus to your bee adoption is an exclusive invite to our Pollinator Party on Friday, June The party not only promotes National Pollinator Week, but honors the work of these little winged things. We want you to get to know your bees, so meet experts in the community of beekeeping, bee habitat building, and bee knowledge.
Taste honeys from a regional honey bar provided by True Love Honey! You can do more than taste, you can buy, as they are bringing product for purchase.
Find all pollinator-specific poetry written throughout the gardens thanks to Urban Poetry Pollinators. See all their work on Instagram and their blog.
RAizona your photo taken on our new 5-foot anatomically-correct Cactus Bee! Brought to you by Tucson Electric Power. The bee was designed and engineered with sustainable materials by Joe Brown and Gabriel Scara.
Meet Mona Chambers, founder of See the Bees, and see her beautiful custom built observation hive, which has live honey bees in it. The mission of See the Bees is to raise awareness of honeybees and all they do — for each other, for us, and for the world around us. Seeing the bees and their profound spirit of connectivity can inspire our own sense of community and belonging with the natural world.
This silly campaign was created as a vehicle to inspire pollinator education and promote why the bee community it so important to our survival.
We also hope you will understand that when brainstorming names for your bee you should skip anything rated over PG or containing profanity, and should keep that bee naming skill to yourself.
This is all in good fun, enjoy.
Likes — Getting down and dirty, subterranean living, prefers Ticson with prickly pear flowers, flying solo, early summer bungalow renovations, striking land development deals.
Dislikes — Roommate situations, cold weather, Franconia pink love coast living, birds or small mammals.
Open To — Experimentation with other cacti, communes, heavy-duty home excavations.
Dislikes — A male in the house, domestic chores such as making honey or beeswax, working with others, birds and Riverside flirt mammals. Open To — All types of dirt collection, flirting with a variety of flora, new kinds of inter-species experiences.Woman Seeking Real Sex Coalgood Kentucky
Likes — Foraging for their young, tubular crafting, cutting circles, a sick set of abs to carry pollen, working smart not hard, the widow lifestyle for females, when spring has sprung, move-in ready living, jy broods.
Dislikes — Communal living, flies, ants and wasps, hands-on humans, stinging.
Open To — Any cavity to lay their eggs, all forms of flora, commercial pollination work. Likes — Woodworking, the smell of sawdust, being large and in charge, keeping it mellow, agave dwelling, loving on desert and mountainous wildflowers, electrostatically-charged legs for pollen collection, ro in eggs Flowers in the Attic style, a set it and forget it parenting technique, showing spring swagger males.
Open To — Human home destruction, dead wood, freelance commercial pollination work, communal living.
National Pollinator Week National Pollinator Week June 17 — 23, highlights bats, birds, butterflies and bees for their contribution that ensures the survival of our terrestrial ecosystems.