Here is a quick video of our pop up shop!
We played a lot of @stickfiguremusic and @pepperlive today! 😀❤️ We were putting "Smiles on Faces" and sharing some "Crazy Love". 😂❤️😋
Thank you so much to @redline_outdoor_adventures for hosting our launch event! Thank you to @brigadewakesurfing @rhinorushllc and @kclancycreations for coming out and Beeing a part of our day! Thank you to @leahnhope and @monique_vi for coming out and supporting us and handing out our free wax! Thank you to @jazzy_plant_nerd @marciavella and @208fishslayer for driving all the way out just to come support us! That meant more than you will ever know! Much love to all! Keep on Beeing Swell!
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Last summer I applied to a job nearly halfway across the country. Two weeks later I was driving out to said job not knowing a soul or anything about Duluth. Today marks a year since I moved and I couldn't be happier with my decision. Sometimes you have to take risks and jump at opportunities that make you uncomfortable. If you had asked me in college where I thought I'd be after graduating, I would've said somewhere warm and doing good work. Well, generally it's not very warm here but I like to think I'm doing good work. #savethebees
Our beloved honey workforce confirms, the Joysticks and Wildside are honeybee approved! Long live the bee! #nationalbeeday#savethebees#greenrevolution This product has intoxicating effects and may be habit forming. Marijuana can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment. Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug. There may be health risks associated with consumption of this product. For use only by adults twenty-one (21) and older. Keep out of reach of children.
Today and everyday we should honor the honey bees ! When you enter code HONEYBEE20 at checkout you will receive 20% off and we will be giving 15% o each sale to the honey bee conservancy🙏✨🐝 #nationalhoneybeeday is an awareness day started by beekeepers in the United States to build community awareness of the bee industry, through education and promotion.... this is also a time to give thanks to the bees who give life to the flowers and food that we eat when you get one of our mugs you support @thehoneybeeconservancy 🌱 Why should anyone care? Well, they matter a lot more than most people would think. With summer upon us, it’s exciting to see the reemergence of some of our favorite produce, including stone fruit, peppers, sweet, juicy melons, and succulent strawberries. But what if the arrival of these crops each summer were to come to an end? Here are some crops that would disappear without them ...
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In honor of #nationalhoneybeeday 🐝 Bees are facing serious threats like habitat loss, pesticides and toxins, climate change, colony collapse disorder and so much more. It’s important to #beeresponsible and be an advocate for these incredibly important pollinators. #savethebees
A typical beehive can produce anywhere from 30 to 100 pounds of honey a year. To produce a single pound of honey, a colony of bees must collect nectar from approximately 2 million flowers and fly over 55,000 miles. This amounts to a lifetime’s worth of work for around 800 bees.
Around 130 million years ago, flowering plants first appeared, and a few million years later, bees began separating from wasps. At some point after that, bees began producing honey, with one fossilized honeycomb dating from around 3 million years ago. Humans, meanwhile, have been harvesting the sweet stuff for thousands of years. An ancient cave painting was discovered in Valencia, Spain, that depicts a human figure removing honey from a hive, and it could date from as far back as 15,000 years ago.
The environment depends on the pollination that occurs when honey bees gather nectar. Bees pollinate $20 billion worth of crops each year, and approximately one third of all food eaten by Humans is either directly or indirectly derived from honey bee pollination.