Pollinator Initiatives – What they are, who is involved, and why we need them

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Pollinator Initiatives – What they are, who is involved, and why we need them

In this article we will discuss pollinator initiatives – what they are, why they are important, who is enacting them, and how you can get involved. At Beepods we are working with communities around the country that are passionate about helping pollinators both wild and domestic. Part of our mission […]

Fall Blooming Plants to Feed Pollinators

A good number of gardeners plan their gardens around blooming in the spring and summer months, but they don’t spend much time thinking about flowers that will bloom in the fall. For those who are interested in helping pollinators, though, it might be something to begin considering. In the spring […]
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Spring Cleaning with Sam Joseph – Sam’s Beekeeping Journal Entry #4

Springtime is is the moment of truth in beekeeping — did our bees survive the winter or did they freeze their little bee heads off? When you keep as many hives as we do at Beepods, there are almost always going to be some hives that don’t make it. But […]

Want to save Bees, but allergic? 10 things you can do to help honey bees and other pollinators

While a large number of people like the idea of helping bees and other pollinators, becoming a beekeeper is simply not realistic for some of us. Luckily, you don’t need to become a beekeeper in order to create a more pollinator-friendly world! Here are ten things that you can do […]

8 Tips to Organize Your Grant Writing Process

Guess what?! You are the new designated individual who gets to write grants for us! Isn’t that exciting? If you’re like most of the people we work with, the daunting task of being the designated writer is getting everything and everyone organized. Everything is scattered all over the place and […]