- #5 The Sting of the Bee. More like a hypodermic needle…less like a fish hook. The KNOW YOUR WILD BEES campaign helps you at cocktail parties
I have never posted something on this blog that wasn’t bee related, but I need your help.
I am helping with a fundraiser at my school to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society. My goal is to raise $100 and I need your help.
I’ve decided to hold a raffle to help raise money. By donating any amount to my page (the more the better since everything is donated), your name will be entered into a raffle and you have the chance to win a set of my bee pins and profile picture sticker (which are both available on my Etsy).
You can donate by clicking this link.
*Please leave your @tumblr-username as your name so that I can contact you after if you’ve won!
The fundraiser will be open until May 25th.
Hey guys, I donated all of February and March’s donation money to Bee Native. I will have the post about this months Bee Organization up shortly.
Thanks again to everyone who donated!
All the money for this month has been donated. I’m super busy this month so I will not be able to research and find another bee saving organization to donate to next month, so all the money for next month will also go this organization. You can donate here
Thank you for all the donations this month 🙂
Bees are the best, cutest, nicest, sweetest things to paint, my absolute favorites!!<3 <3 <3 I painted my first bee a little over 2 years ago, I’ve mailed one of my originals all the way to Kuwait for an urban beekeeper and that’s the coolest thing I’ve done!! – @bed-ballerina
P.s.I have a bunch of bee stickers in my shop! 🙂 Etsy
Great quote from Dr Megan Milbrath on dealing with Varroa Mites -“we beat epidemics by controlling the spread of disease, while working on permanent resistance ” https://goo.gl/irRki2 #savethebees #afuturewithbees #bees #beekeeping #417bees