How important Bees are: responsible for our food, our whole ecosystem.

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You all might of heard of organisations such as ‘Friends of the earth’ or ‘Greenpeace’, well I strongly agree and support them in their efforts and determination to protect our earths wildlife and environment and lately they have been trying to raise awareness on the importance of BEES
!

So I am writing this article to raise awareness to bees!

Bees are a major part of our ecosystem without their pollination we would not have fruit and veg or most plants and foodstuffs we rely on purely for survival. The great Albert Einstein estimated that if the bees died we would only survive 4 years and I believe this!

We can you do to help??

Well the Bee population is in serious threat because of the pesticides we use to protect our crops and the flower fields and their habitats we destroy to use for agricultural purposes so its really simple what they need!

They need space to live, they need more of the flowers they love, they need the small people like us to help!

So if you have a garden, plant bee friendly flowers, make your own beehive, do your bit!
They would very much appreciate it and you will be doing your bit to help!

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About Faye Elizabeth

I'm a 19 year old student, who loves the environment and want to base my career on protecting it which is why I am studying biological sciences then earth sciences in university, I love photography, art (anything creative), i have mental illnesses which I am not ashamed of, I'm recently engaged :D and have a positive future ahead.

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