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How Do Bees Make Honey?

So, how do bees make honey? I’m glad you asked. It’s really quite fascinating. Honey is made of the sweet nectar from flowers. Nectar is a sugar-rich liquid made by flowering plants, which is produced in glands called nectaries. Nectar … Continue reading

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First Graders Save The Bees!

This spring, I worked with my dear friend Dezire Clarke and her class of first graders at ACCESS Academy on pollinator curriculum. I have been slowly working on writing a children’s book about pollinators, and collaborating with Dezire and these … Continue reading

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