An Interview With Emma Tennant

When I saw Emma's blog and website a few years ago, I immediately bookmarked one of her articles.  But when I stumbled upon it again with a blog and nonprofit - to say the least I was ecstatic, which is why it was a no - brainer to invite her to my website for Beegether's … Continue reading An Interview With Emma Tennant

January Action: Leave the Dandelions Alone

This December, if your climate allows dandelions to blossom in your garden, and even as the year goes on, make a resolution to leave a sprinkling in your lawn.  Uncontaminated dandelions provide food for these bees, especially in winter, a crucial time for bees to scavenge for food.  Even so, these dandelions aren’t too unsightly, the burst of yellow … Continue reading January Action: Leave the Dandelions Alone

The Chemical Laden Slope: And What I Did About It

Something I'm super passionate is about plants and bees, so it's no surprise I have a nonprofit surronding around these two things.  But do you know the backstory about how I found these two passions? In fifth grade, outside of the property of my school, was an unruly weed-laden slope.  To control these dead plants, … Continue reading The Chemical Laden Slope: And What I Did About It