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Protecting our Pollinators

This week as part of World Bee Day, we have been celebrating the unsung heroes of our ecosystem—bees. Our little industrious pollinators play a crucial role in our environment, supporting biodiversity, food security, and the health of our planet. Yet, bees are facing unprecedented challenges, with many species on the verge of extinction.

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We are all about sustainable beekeeping

At Nectar Honey, we recognise the importance of bees and are dedicated to sustainable beekeeping practices. Nestled in the pristine environment of Western Australia, our bees thrive in a biosecure environment, currently free from threats like Varroa that plague bee populations worldwide.



Importance of Bees


Why are bees so vital? Here are just a few reasons:


1. Pollination Powerhouses: Bees pollinate over one-third of the food crops we rely on for sustenance, including fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds.


2. Ecosystem Guardians: By pollinating flowering plants, bees contribute to the health and diversity of ecosystems, supporting wildlife and preserving habitats.


3. Economic Benefits: Bees play a significant role in agriculture, contributing billions of dollars to the global economy each year through crop pollination.



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You can help the bees too!


Bees need our help now more than ever. Here's how you can join us in protecting these precious pollinators:


1. Plant Bee-Friendly Gardens: Choose native plants and flowers that provide bees with essential nectar and pollen. Popular choices include bottlebrush, lavender, and daisies.



2. Create Habitat Havens: Leave areas of your garden wild to provide bees with shelter, nesting sites, and diverse foraging opportunities.


3. Support Sustainable Beekeeping: Purchase local honey and raw honey products like Jarrah honey, Marri honey and honeycomb direct from beekeepers who, like us, prioritise the wellbeing of bees and the environment.


4. Say No to Pesticides: Avoid using harmful pesticides and opt for natural, bee-friendly alternatives to protect bees from toxic chemicals.


5. Spread Awareness: Educate others about the importance of bees and the threats they face, inspiring action and advocacy for their protection.


Together, we can make a difference and ensure a thriving future for bees and our planet.






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