La Bee Da Loca
The inspiration for La Bee da Loca was always in the back of my mind. Working with the United States Farm Workers, I saw firsthand what pesticides could do to people, the food we ate, the birds, bees, and especially the earth. We need to educate people that without bees this will directly impact our life as we know it, we need to take better care of what we have, by not polluting our earth and those things that we take for granted, they will not be here forever, we must leave something for our children, grandchildren, and their children. I hope to share with others such as schools, and partner with them as well as the Museum, summer camps, workshops, working with these wonderful beekeepers within the Piedmont area and sharing ideas, collaborating with our Cooperative Extension Agents and setting up a Celebration Pollination Seminar with all of these great people in what can be grown to bring more bees into our area so that they can pollinate everyone’s garden, tress, flowers and bee happy!!!