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Save the honeybee!  With more hives and educational tools we’ll spread honey and beekeeping to help re-establish our honeybees.
Save the honeybee! With more hives and educational tools we’ll spread honey and beekeeping to help re-establish our honeybees.
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    1. Ned & Sharyn Farrell Creator on December 21, 2012

      Wow, Moggle. I'll remember how long that took to ship overseas!

    2. Moggle on December 21, 2012

      The honey finally arrived today! Thank you very much! :-)

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      eaglemoon on March 17, 2012

      I'm awed! You've made my day. I can feel all the excitement and purpose - the focused attention on your incredible passion for making the world a better place is contageous! I wonder what great thing will come next....

    4. Ned & Sharyn Farrell Creator on March 15, 2012

      You are all awesome. We made this a success together. Check back for updates to our project on the Updates tab until we get our website up and running.

      WE DID IT!

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      Sandra Stollman on March 15, 2012

      Hooray! How exciting! I'm so happy for you--and even happier for the bees.

    6. Jeff Crum on March 15, 2012

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      wan314 on March 15, 2012

      I upped my pledge last night and I assume a lot of people did.
      Did you get the anonymous $2k pledge?

    9. Reno Venturi on March 15, 2012

      That's what I am talking about! Woo Hoo!

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      Sara Morrison on March 9, 2012

      I did it! Hope it helps!

    11. Ned & Sharyn Farrell Creator on March 6, 2012

      Good point, Dennis. In English we now call all that "travel fatigue". We too like keeping our hives stationary.

    12. Ned & Sharyn Farrell Creator on March 6, 2012

      Liz - You've got the bug! Pun totally intended. There is something about honeybees, isn't there - the beauty, the peacefulness - that just makes you want to have them around. Thanks for helping!

    13. Dennis Savage on March 6, 2012

      Bees have magnetite in their intestinal tracts. Magnetite helps orient them (and us) with the earths Magnetic grid and allows for direction finding. 'However, with the commercial bee Keepers trucking the hives all over the country to orchards(My comment) and the increasing ambient cell phone radiation, the bees loose alignment with the Earths Magnetic grid, get disoriented and don't make it back to the hive.(Ty Bollinger-CANCER-Step Outside The Box).
      This is why I labored over an orchard, mason bee hive. More hardy and permanent. I will also consider a honeybee hive but it will stay 'on location' as well.

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      Liz Doll on March 4, 2012

      I'm so delighted to support this project. I only regret that I can't pledge more! I am a once inspiring apiarist who is looking at my bee books again and thinking how much I want to keep bees.

    15. Ned & Sharyn Farrell Creator on February 20, 2012

      Reno, you are the best! It looks like our project is gaining momentum.

    16. Reno Venturi on February 19, 2012

      I am spreading the word for you! You have my full respect and support.