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How Important are Honeybees to Our Economy? Check Out This Informative Guide to Learn More!

We all know that bees are vital to our environment and economy. After all, without bees, much of the food we eat would no longer grow- from avocados and cherries to onions and carrots, and the Thanksgiving staple of cranberries! But do you know just how much bees matter? Have you ever wanted to get some good data on bee decline? For example, how many jobs rely on the hard work of bees? Exactly how much do your favorite fruits and vegetables depend on pollination to grow? Just how many dollars do bees contribute to our economy each year? (Hint: It's in the billions!)

If you're interested in finding out the facts, please visit this excellent informational resource from Save On Energy:

Remember, if the facts on bee decline worry you, there are many ways you can help. Feel free to look at other resources on our website for tips on how to save the bee population!

Thank you to Save On Energy for reaching out and recommending this incredible resource to our team!

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