Did you know that without bees, there would be no you and me?

That’s right! Bees are essential to keeping you healthy and our earth sustainable. Bees spend their lives working to provide us with an abundance of food and flowers.

Bees provide sources of food

A few examples of the foods that would no longer be available to us if bees ceased pollinating our agricultural goods are: broccoli, asparagus, cantaloupes, cucumbers, pumpkins, blueberries, watermelons, almonds, apples, cranberries, and cherries.

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Bees beautify the planet

By keeping flowers pollinated, bees perpetuate floral growth and provide attractive habitats for other animals such as insects and birds.

Bees spend their lives helping us

That’s right! Bees are essential to keeping you healthy and our earth sustainable. Bees spend their lives working to provide us with an abundance of food and flowers.

Join the crusade to keep bees on on being

Bees are great smart hard workers

A healthy environment needs bees

When was the last time you noticed a bee buzzing around some flowers? Maybe you find them charming or annoying – either way, bees are incredibly important. They pollinate plants in gardens, parks and the wider countryside. Bees are a sign of how healthy, or otherwise, our environment is.

Bees are essential to the worlds food supply

In order to be able to feed the world’s growing population, we need ever more food, which must be diverse, balanced and of good quality to ensure the progress and well-being of humankind.

Bees are renowned for their role in providing high-quality food (honey, royal jelly and pollen) and other products used in healthcare and other sectors (beeswax, propolis, honey bee venom). But the work of bees entails much more!

The greatest contribution of bees and other pollinators is the pollination of nearly three-quarters of the plants that produce 90% of the world’s food. A third of the world’s food production depends on bees, i.e. every third spoonful of food depends on pollination.

Without bees, we are in trouble!

When was the last time you noticed a bee buzzing around some flowers? Maybe you find them charming or annoying – either way, bees are incredibly important. They pollinate plants in gardens, parks and the wider countryside. Bees are a sign of how healthy, or otherwise, our environment is.

What you can do for bees today

Plant a bee friendly herb, flower or tree

Native plants provide the habitat and food sources bees rely on. The more we plant the more we provide bees with the necessary resources.

Buy chemical free fruit and veggies

The use of chemicals on fruits can be very harmful to bees including death.

Create some buzz around bees with your community

Read through our website and find out some fun facts about Bees that you can share with your friends and community.

Place a beehive in your garden

You can help by having your very own beehive. This will help bees in the production of honey and the pollination of nearby crops.

Organise a morning tea on May 20, with honey!

Get your friends and the community together to enjoy the benefits of Bees. Click here to contact us for more details.

Wear yellow on the day

Celebrate by wearing something bright and yellow to spread the word. Share it with us on Instagram @beedayau