The Bee Club's second big event of this weekend was a hive visit with Beth Conrey, an incredibly kind, charismatic, and knowledgeable beekeeper!
A recent study shows that bees (and many other insects) are greatly affected by neonicotinoid pesticides used to protect crops from harmful insects. As we come up on the second year of the CU Bee Club, it's an important reminder that we still need you to "Bee the Change" you want to see in the environment!
The CU Bee Club was incredibly grateful to have the opportunity to work with CU’s kitchen and dining services to put on a pollinator-awareness event at the C4C! Bees play a role in 1/3 of every bite that we eat, so we figured it was only appropriate to bring awareness to all of their hard work with a celebratory feast!
Hello everyone! I was honored to be interviewed by Vincenzo Saurini, a freshman student in the CU School of Journalism, about the University of Colorado Bee Club! It's a short interview (about 3 minutes), but it's a GREAT way for you to learn more about the club and what we're up to this semester!
The CU Bee Club is so excited to see that awareness of our club, our goals, and, of course, of bees, is spreading throughout CU. Here’s hoping this is the first interview of many to come, and that ALL of our club members get the opportunity to share their thoughts of the Bee Club with the world!