Buzzing in the Dust and Wind🚚
Save Local Bees Team and Beekeeper Uncle Kwong have been rescuing bees in many places that you can’t imagine. Today, a lost bee colony went to a dredging truck at the Cheung Sha Wan site and stayed there for short while!🚚
The site is a mess 😵 It’s not easy to save bees there. But when there are bees, there is Save Local Bees 💪! When we see a bee colony going in and out of a dangerous place, of course we won’t just sit back and watch! Uncle Kwong himself went into the dusty and debris-strewn site and used his skilled hands and equipment to save the bees.
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Bringing Honey Bees Back to The Nature
Honey bees is the guardian of the eco system by maintaining the balance and playing the vital role of pollinators. It enable plants to reproduce, and ensure human have their food sources and agriculture functioning. Without bees, human and a lot of species will not survive for long due to the collapse of eco system.
That is why Johnson Group launched the Save Local Bees program in 2018, lead by example, ‘saving the bees’ instead of exterminating them.
How Does the Program Work?
When we receive reports of beehives, beekeepers will work with our pest specialist together to relocate the colony of bees back to the bee farm. It was to bring bees back to the environment close to nature, and produce natural honey. The honey produced will be bought back and retail at GreenSTORE, so as to keep the beekeeping business sustainable.
Stop The Harm
Prohibit the use of outdoor neuro-active pesticides (neonicotinoids) or other high-toxicity chemical that harm bees. At the same time encourage the adoption of physical approach, eco approach and low-toxicity pesticide.
Relocation and Continuation
Saving the honey bees lost in the urban area, relocate their colony to bee farms instead of exterminating them.
Promoting Local Bee Honey
Buying back and retailing the honey produced by the beekeepers who worked with us on saving bees. Revitalize the local beekeeping business and reduce carbon footprint by promoting local honey.
Host talks, crossover promotions etc. to educate the general public on the correct way of dealing with bees, and the vitalness of the bees to our eco system, encouraging sustainability.
Bees Saving Operations
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Save Local Bees 2023 Desk Calendar
Save Local Bees 2023 Desk Calendar, with cute illustrations of FunBee for every month, you can put it on bedside tables or work desks, so you can remember every important moment in your life, high and low, bring it back home today!
Save Local Bees™ Spring Honey (Lychee / Longan or Multifloral)
Wild honey is collected during Spring time from Lychee or Longan trees, providing a sweet and delicate flavor.
Spring honey nourishes your throat, qi & lungs, helps soothing the symptoms of oral infection and indigestion.
FREE of fragrances, pigments and preservatives.
*Honey crystallization is a natural phenomenon and safe to eat