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Moving in to our new office today!

Moving in to our NEW OFFICE today!! 

HoneyLove 
5950 W. Jefferson Blvd. #8 
Los Angeles, California 90016  

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HoneyLove.org featured in 2013 HONEY BEE Calendar 
created by award-winning photo-journalist / beekeeper Kodua Galieti. 

We are the month of AUGUST Which you all know is an awesome month ? 
August 17th, 2013 = NATIONAL HONEY BEE AWARENESS DAY!!

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HoneyLove.org featured in this year’s Edible Flowers 2013 Calendar

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i ? bees

- Bees pollinate 80% of the world’s plants including over 90 different food crops. 
- 1 out of every 3 or 4 bites of food you eat is thanks to the bees. 
- The honey bee is responsible for $15 billion in U.S. agricultural crops each year.
- The honey bee is the only insect that produces food eaten by man.

To learn more about bees and URBAN BEEKEEPING… visit HoneyLove.org ?!!!

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WATCH: The importance of bees
[via tve.org]

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HoneyLove Pollinator Party @ LUSH Cosmetics
(Santa Monica – Third St Promenade)

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WATCH: “Biodiversity begins with a B” [via Scottish National Heritage

Thanks for sending Monica R. <3!!!

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What should I plant? California bluebell
(Phacelia campanularia)

According to the Xerces Society, in addition to honeybees there are over 4000 species of native bees in the U.S. alone. 

From leafcutter and mason bees, to miner, carpenter, and digger bees, virtually all bees and pollinators are attracted to the California Bluebells’ deep blue, bell shaped flowers and long golden stamens.

The petals reflect ultra-violet light and therefore look like a well lit runway for foraging bees. Sow this hardy annual in the early Spring in full sun and sandy or well-drained soil.

Photo credit: Kathy Dunham

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HoneyLove is featured as this month’s “Edible Inspiration” in Edible Westside Magazine!

Check out the article here: http://t.co/dYQ7pPOG

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“These aren’t the drones you’re looking for” – honeylove.org

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