Save the Bees | With Natural Backyard Hives
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SAVE THE BEES

WITH NATURAL BACKYARD HIVES

The Easy and Treatment-Free way to Attract and Keep Healthy Bees

For more than two decades, honeybee colonies have steadily declined around the world. Bees and other pollinators are one of the most critical components of our food supply — if they disappear, we’re in real trouble. You can make a difference by becoming a natural, treatment-free, backyard beekeeper.

Save the Bees offers different, easy and healthier ways to keep your own hive. Husband & Wife team behind HoneyLove.org Rob and Chelsea McFarland share all the wisdom from this ancient practice in a way that is fresh, modern and easy for anyone to do.

 

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Learn Beekeeping

Keep your bees healthy, naturally right in your own backyard

Save the Bees breaks down the complexity of beekeeping so you can learn step-by-step how to acquire a colony, care for it and reap the rewards–that incredibly delicious, all-natural, chemical-free, unprocessed, sweet, sweet honey. Not to mention you’ll be welcomed into the quirky, amazing and fun family of beekeepers around the world.

Learn About Bees

Bees pollinate over 90 different food crops

  • 1 out of every 3-4 bites of food you eat is thanks to bees
  • Bees are responsible for $15b in US agricultural crops each year
  • Bee are the only insect that produces food eaten by man
  • Bees can collect up to 4-5 pounds of nectar each day
  • Bees make 1 lb of honey by visiting 2m flowers and flying 55k miles.

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HEALTHY CITIES, HEALTHY BEES

Help honey bees with urban & backyard hives

We figured that if we could inspire people living in cities around the world to welcome bees and beekeepers into their communities, we could help clean up our urban environments, promote sustainable living, advance urban agriculture and empower people with the idea that they can make a difference in their own backyards.

 

Rob & Chelsea McFarland, on starting HoneyLove.org