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Bee gardening news and education from the UC Davis Bee Haven
by sarah peebless
on November 12, 2019 at 2:46 PM
Well said! It's important to note that in having these bee houses, our aim can be to cultivate our understanding of bee and wasp biodiversity, of their roles in ecosystems and agriculture and of how ecosystems support solitaries. More importantly,cultivating landscapes which self-generate structures found in nature is more valuable to native bees and all that their lives intersect with. Some videos of nesting and other useful infos here: Thanks, Sarah in Toronto
Reply by Christine Casey
on December 11, 2019 at 11:50 AM
Sarah, thanks for your input. I'd encourage everyone who is interested in bees in gardens to check out your web page.
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