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Crown Bees solution-driven crowdfunding campaign builds a network of native Bee Boosters who support and raise native bees.
Continue reading for more information on how to become a Bee Booster.
Bee Part of the Solution
“Since one out of every three bites of food we eat depends on bees, we need more native bees to help take the stress off of honey bees,” says Dave Hunter, CEO of Crown Bees, a supplier of gentle, solitary bees. “Together, native bees and honey bees will pollinate more crops and protect our food supply.”
Hunter challenges everyone to be part of the solution and support Crown Bees’ mission today by becoming a and .
According to Hunter, everyone can be part of the solution.
“Everyone needs to help by either supporting the campaign or by raising native bees to pollinate crops. In turn, this lightens the workload of troubled honey bees and helps keep food on your table,” says Hunter.
Bee Boosters will connect on a new website called Bee With Me. The interactive community unites people across the country that care about the environment, want to help save bees and are interested in learning how to raise native bees or already have a bee house in their backyard.
For more information about the campaign, visit crownbees.com.