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Special Report

Sign up here to get your free Plan BEE Special Report and email news updates on how to save the bees and our food supply! The report gives you the most important highlights of Chapter Fifteen of “A Spring Without Bees”. It will also give you an idea of what part you might like to play in the effort needed to implement Plan BEE. It might be as simple as switching to organic methods for your lawn or organizing a neighbor “Save the Bees” group. Or you might want to fly further and start working with the decision makers and government entities in charge of safeguarding our environment. Many different actions are outlined in the report and everyone can do something!

This report will be updated from time to time, so bookmark the page and return periodically to see new information. Click here to get the report just send an email to us.

For more detailed information you’ll want to read the book to get the facts so you are fully informed.

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4 Responses to “Special Report”

  1. Roger Twitchell said

    Glad I located this site. Just a few minutes ago I ordered Rowan Jacobsens new book ” Fruitless Fall” which is mentioned in this months American Bee Journal. I recommend someone submit a review of “A Spring Without Bees” to ABJ for their next issue.

    My wife and I have 5 hives, a large bee garden and our place is totally ‘beyond organic”.

    We also conduct educational presentations on beekeeping and the disappearance of the bee is the #1 question on everyone’s mind. I local beekeeping group, the Apalachee Beekeeping Association has grown from a few to over 100 members in the last year. We also assisted the Pollinators Friends Group in obtaining proclamations for Pollinator week from the Governor of Alabama and the Governor of South Carolina. Our group wants the Florida Legislature to support and encourage sideline beekeepers to increase the numbers of bees in Florida. We believe we can maintain health hives without chemicals. I am promotion “Thrive with the Hive” everywhere and at anytime I can. I we can hel with Plan Bee we will.

  2. Roger Twitchell said

    Glad I located this site. Just a few minutes ago I ordered Rowan Jacobsens new book ” Fruitless Fall” which is mentioned in this months American Bee Journal. I recommend someone submit a review of “A Spring Without Bees” to ABJ for their next issue.

    My wife and I have 5 hives, a large bee garden and our place is totally ‘beyond organic”.

    We also conduct educational presentations on beekeeping and the disappearance of the bee is the #1 question on everyone’s mind. I local beekeeping group, the Apalachee Beekeeping Association has grown from a few to over 100 members in the last year. We also assisted the Pollinators Friends Group in obtaining proclamations for Pollinator week from the Governor of Alabama and the Governor of South Carolina. Our group wants the Florida Legislature to support and encourage sideline beekeepers to increase the numbers of bees in Florida. We believe we can maintain health hives without chemicals. I am promotion “Thrive with the Hive” everywhere and at anytime I can. I we can help with Plan Bee we will.

  3. schacker said

    Nice to hear about your organic bee garden, Roger. If you email me at mdschacker@earthlink.net, I’ll put you on the list of people interested in helping with Plan Bee and send you some more information on what you can do. We will include you on our email newsletter once that gets going. Also, you can get the free Special Report (see tab above) for more information. There are many things you can do! We will get a review out to the Apalachee Beekeeping Assoc. soon. –Thanks for your input!

  4. D. Sweet said

    Dear Mr. Schacker, thank you for publishing A Spring w/o Bees – I’ve only just started, but appreciate all efforts taken to make the book happen.

    Your ideas will find a lot of support on Phil Chandler’s Top Bar and Natural Beekeeping Forum http://www.biobees.com/forum/index.php
    A great number of these beekeepers are making extraordinary efforts to keep bees w/o chemicals and in a much more sustainable manner than “normal.”

    Thank you again for your insights and your good energy,
    Duncan Sweet

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