Pollinators and Our Kids a Sustainable Future

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EP-004 Honey Bee My Teacher Podcast
Hosted by Patti Haines
Produced by Jay Fratt

Kids, family, and pollinators.  This episode of the Honey Bee My Teacher podcast dives into how great bees are as a learning tool for young children.  So many lessons can come from active teaching of the role our pollinators play in the food chain ecosystem.  It's not just about beekeeping!  From habitats to education, there are so many ways to participate and promote a healthy Gaia.

Host Patti Haines brings along show producer Jay Fratt on this wonderful discussion about legacy and education.  Any parent or grandparent will find wonderfully incentivizing lessons from this podcast.  Active teaching is important to promote sustainability and knowledge for future generations.  While you teach about our pollinators you may be spurring so many sustainable avenues of growth for the young person in your life.

Everyone Has Space for Bee Activities
Sweet Alyssum - Lobularia Maritima - Easy Small Flower
Calendula - Calendula Officinalis - Single Petal, Butterflies Love this Flower
Borage - Borago Officinalis - Easy Medium Flower
Four O Clocks - Mirabilis Jalapa - Large Flower 
Hyssop - Agastache Rupestris - Lovely foliage with a Sweet Smell
Cardinal Vine - Ipomoea x Multifida - Easy Starting Climbing Plant

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Intro and Outro Music Credit: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"

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