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No Bees No Seeds No Plants No Food!

No Bees! No Seeds! No Plants! – No Food! The Power of BC’s Native Bees By Ted Leischner B.Sc. Pollinator Conservation and Habitat Restoration Specialist With no bees, flowering plants cannot persist so there will be no seeds for sustained … Continue reading

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Road side plant (latin name)

Here is the plant data

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Building Bee-Friendly Landscapes Workshop Coming to VIU Continuing Ed September 2013

A New Course to Save ALL Our Bees – Building Bee-Friendly Landscapes VIU Continuing Education Course ID: HGBL 001 To REGISTER go to: http://www.viu.ca/ce/registration.asp Course Description: Discover the world of native bees and their wild habitat. This course presents the … Continue reading

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Native Bee Display at Cobblehill Fall Fair Saturday, August 24th, 2013

The theme for this year’s Cobblehill Agricultural Fair is “What’s the Buzz?”. A number of groups are coming together to celebrate bees and pollination in agriculture. The Cowichan Beekeepers will be bringing their display featuring a live honey bee observation hive … Continue reading

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Digger Bee Conservation Promoted by Shaw TV on the West Coast

Plan Bee Now, Duncan, BC, Canada  is pleased to update one and all by sharing a recent interview with Shaw TV featuring,  “Go Island learns about protecting native bees”

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