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Honey bees at work in Belfast

Bee hives on the roof at Victoria Square, Belfast, Northern Ireland, December 2022

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 10 December 2022

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

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  1. Look close people. Its not just a mural, there are actual Bee Boxes in Ireland. I always wondered Why countries like Scotland and Iceland don’t foster Biodynamic Ecologies like support Honeys Bees in their countries. At least Ireland is ahead of the curve. Brian Bowman Research Director Camden Loche Inc.

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    • That is a little harsh. I don’t know about Iceland but Scotland is making some effort. There are a number of beekeepers and there are beehives at Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh. But we all need to do more, for sure.

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      • Debbie,
        We offered via The Green Party in Scotland and contacted The EDC Board with an offer from us of $128 ml (usd) investment for Ecological Research including Beehives plus 200+Jobs. Turned Down Flat. I conducted the 5 year research with The United Nations Agricultural Office on Rebuilding Soil Ecologies.
        We are now working with Beijing and Egypt for sustainable agriculture.

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