Urban Beekeepers Look to Inspire New Generation

HoneyLove.org hosted a Natural Beekeeping conference to help protect the honeybee

Beekeeping conference aims to protect honey bees

Beekeepers from across the country and from a variety of disciplines gathered recently in Los Angeles for an unforgettable weekend learning the latest urban beekeeping findings and techniques. The Natural Beekeeping Conference at USC was hosted by the HoneyLove Organization, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit.

Hello my name is name tag from the natural beekeeping conference

HoneyLove is dedicated to protecting the honey bees by educating and inspiring new urban beekeepers. As part of our continued effort to give back to organizations that help their communities, Avery WePrint was honored to supply the conference with branded materials for attendees.

The Natural Beekeeping Conference featured a who’s who of leading beekeeping experts, educators, researchers, scientists and specialists. There were more than 20 speakers in all. Along with the speakers, the conference held workshops led by prominent beekeeping experts.

Attendees were treated to branded round labels and custom name badges, which soon became popular trading items. The custom stickers were quickly applied to water bottles, laptops, notebooks and everything in-between. 

Cool Honey Bee Facts

– Bees pollinate 80% of the world’s plants

The honey bee is the only insect that produces food eaten by humans

A honey bee can fly for up to six miles, and as fast as 15 miles per hour

Honeylove.org, a nonprofit beekeeping organization, used custom labels from WePrint for their logo stickers

Bees are responsible for 1 out of every 3 or 4 bites of food you eat

The average bee will make only 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey in its lifetime

Honey is the only food that won’t spoil

If you are looking for honey labels as part of your beekeeping supplies, Ceebs Bailey, a HoneyLove member, suggested Avery waterproof labels that can withstand washing. For temporary honey jar labels, try Avery removable labels.

To learn more about urban beekeeping and how you can protect honey bees in your own yard and community, visit HoneyLove.org.

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