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It's World Bee Day!

May 20, 2022 1 min read

It's World Bee Day!

Let’s celebrate together, raise awareness and do something good for bees.

The main purpose of World Bee Day events is to spread awareness of the significance of bees and other pollinators for our survival. Simply proclaiming World Bee Day does not do much for bees and other pollinators; the main work of safeguarding their existence still needs to be undertaken. World Bee Day is an excellent opportunity to put bees at the centre of the national conversation for a day and encourage actions that create more bee-friendly landscapes.

 

What do we do?

Beekeepers and nature conservationists are united in encouraging improved conditions for bees to build pollination security and to safeguard our food security.
 
World Bee Day obviously means a lot to us! Bees make our work possible, and B Brothers Honey is committed to sharing this important message. We all must stand up for, and defend the import role bees and other animals play in our planet's biodiversity. Without these tireless workers, we wouldn't just lose honey, we could lose a frightening amount more!
 

 

About World Bee Day Project

Slovenia proposed that the United Nations (UN) proclaim 20 May as World Bee Day. On 20 December 2017, following three years of efforts at the international level, the UN Member States unanimously approved Slovenia’s proposal, thus proclaiming 20 May as World Bee Day. To learn more about their efforts, you can visit worldbeeday.org.au


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