The donation to the Pollinator Partnership is our way of helping people make an impact on students, the environment, and bees by purchasing Bee Better Butter and healing their skin.
Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) December 07, 2016
The company will donate a portion of each sale from their Bee Better Butter healing balms & salves to the Pollinator Partnership's BeeSmart School Garden Kit Program which helps students support pollinators by planting a garden.
The goal of the donation program to bring more awareness about positive changes communities, schools, and individuals can make to help pollinators thrive in an increasingly hostile and changing world.
The BeeSmart garden program helps students create a local pollinator habitat with an engaging learning experience. Educators can also utilize Beepods data-backed and sustainable beekeeping system with included educational materials to enhance their curriculum even further in a safe and fun environment. Lastly educators can add STEM courses to connect pollinators, such as bees, to subjects the students are studying such as math, science, and language arts.
Bee Better Butter offers powerful organic healing for your skin (cuts, bruises, scrapes, mosquito bites, and dry skin) made from sustainably harvested propolis, honey, and wax. These ingredients are considered the Golden Trinity of the hive - bee medicine, valued by healers since ancient times, and when combined just right, make amazing all-over body products:
Propolis - purifies and protects the hive, rejuvenates your skin
Raw Honey - bee’s nourishment, nature’s perfect conditioner
Wax - colony’s infrastructure, your skin protector
Essential Oils - Add in amazing oils for various health benefits
Brian Schweitzer, Chief Growth Officer of Beepods commented, "The donation to the Pollinator Partnership is our way of helping people make an impact on students, the environment, and bees by purchasing Bee Better Butter and healing their skin."
As bees face a variety of challenges from CCD (Colony Collapse Disorder) to varroa mites, and dangerous pesticides such as neonicotinoids, making a donation is another way Beepods is helping promote sustainable practices that are making an enormous impact on saving more bees.
The threat to pollinators is very real and their importance to our ecosystem is undervalued, In the United States more than 25 percent of managed honey bee populations have disappeared since 1990. Bees are responsible for pollinating more than one-third of our food supply and 90% of wild plants.
Beepods is focused on saving bees with a sustainable beekeeping system that includes equipment, training and support as a complete package.