Bees endangered?

Here's what you can do to help!

Important Notice Take a look at how you can help!

It has come to our attention that bees are on the Endangered list for the first time. Without bees we are within a serious conflict with surviving as they are very important to our environment. Here are a few things that you can do to help!

Plant Flowers Create a bee-friendly garden

They provide great sources of nectar and pollen (both food for bees and butterflies). It’s important for bees, as it is for us to have a diverse and regular food supply.

Educate yourself and your children about bees

Bees are not dangerous; they forage on a flower and don’t attack humans. By better understanding bees we will learn to respect them.

The old saying goes, They won't 'bug' you if you don't 'bug' them.

Buy local honey from from local bee keepers We recommend Linda and Len Acres

Always best to buy at a farmer's market so you can meet your beekeeper and check with his/hers sustainable beekeeping practices. A great place to buy local honey is right outside of Cambridge, Ontario titled Linda and Len Acres

Located at:
6668 Conc.1
Puslinch, Ontario, N0B 2J0

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions!