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April 27 ALL ABOUT BEES

Bee in flightWhat is killing our honey bees? Can we save them?

In recognition of Earth Day, Cambridge Forum is examining the plight of  honey bees with the help of Noah Wilson-Rich from Best Bees and apiarist David Hackenberg  of Buffy Bees from Lewisburg, PA. If you care about the future of food and want to learn more about how to ensure the survival of our precious honey bees, please plan to attend. hackenbergNoah Wilson-Rich headshot

Bees don’t just make honey, they pollinate a third of our food supply. But bee colonies are disappearing at an alarming rate in the US.  In addition to being ecologically essential, bees are highly social and complex creatures that are vulnerable to a barrage of attacks ranging from parasitic mites to pesticides and herbicides.

All are welcome and the event is free, so bring your friends!

April 27 at 7:00 pm at First Parish, 1446 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge bee1

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