Connect the dots!
Thank you Honeybees!
Submissions from Wildwood Elementary School (2nd grade class)
Email us your ”Thank you” to the honeybees and we will add it to our album
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Join us Saturday November 19th for our first annual YELLOW TIE EVENT!!
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“THE BEEKEEPER” – experimental documentary by Richard Robinson
“…but whatever the intended metaphor for taking bees into space, one thing is clear – when the minors used the canaries to test the mines for methane gas… they knew that if the canaries died, the mines weren’t safe to go in – so they would stay home and not go into the mines. But the bees as the new canaries in the coal mine…things are a little be different. We don’t have the option that the coal miners did. The coal mine is now the whole planet and there’s no where else to go.”
Ancient Egyptian Beekeeping
“The earliest record of keeping bees in hives was found in the sun temple erected in 2400 BC near Cairo. The bee featured frequently in Egyptian hieroglyphs and, being favored by the pharaohs, often symbolized royalty… Honey is mentioned in the oldest written histories, dating back to at least 2100 BC where it was mentioned in Sumerian and Babylonian cuneiform writings, the Hittite code, and the sacred writings of India and Egypt.”
WHO: Hilary Berseth
WHAT: Apisculpture Artist
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