Living Right: Saving Hives and Building Leaders

Bees pollinate about $15 billion worth of crops each year.

Losing them is a threat to our food supply and our economy.

Now one woman is creating quite a buzz. She’s the force behind a program for at-risk youth aimed at saving honeybees and building leaders.

We explain in Living Right.

The year-round program called Bats, Bees and Butterflies is now being funded by the National Geographic Society as well as the Children’s Trust.

The group hopes to travel to Honduras later this year to study the native bees there.

Linda says if you don’t have a program like this where you live, call your nearest national park and ask what kind of projects they offer.

Just getting your kids outside is the first step.

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