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Eat Well to Live Well

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May 19th 2014:The Benefit of Bees

What really makes our vital, healthy, natural, wonderful foods possible? Bees. Honey bees are responsible for 1 out of every 3 bites we eat! These are some of the hardest working creatures on the planet and they can be trained to do amazing things. Kellie will interview Sarah Red-Laird, The Bee Girl about beekeeping, how bees help our economy and pollinate our food. Learn how bees can be trained to find land mines and are useful on crime scenes. Honey bees are declining due to the increased use of pesticides and other chemicals, pests that invade the hive, and habitat loss. We’ll learn

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Sarah Red-Laird

Sarah Red-Laird is the founder and Executive Director of the Bee Girl organization. She studied at the University of Montana where she chose honey bees and Colony Collapse Disorder as her Davidson Honors College research thesis. She found a niche combining her love of bees with her education, outreach, research, conservation, and non-profit experience to encourage and support beekeepers and bee lovers through her nonprofit organization, Bee Girl. Sarah is the US Ambassador of the International Bee Research Association’s (IBRA) BEEWORLD project, the Kids and Bees Director for the American Beekeeping Federation, mentor in the Oregon State Master Beekeepers Program, the Regional
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