April 29, 2012
Well, actually my story is already on the home page of the Alliance and I sure am proud of it. For it shows how well everyone is working and doing for keeping a clean environment in our local Conservation Alliance Area.And since honeybees have ben used as sniffer dogs for locating toxic materials that hurt the environment, it shows seeing no pesticides for over 171 tested for, how clean everyone is running with their ranches and farmes out here. Also with recent testing for digestive gut bacteria problems and none really found, but instead showing my bees having good digestive gut bacteria instead and best in USA, I sure am proud of the areas I keep my honeybees within and all the efforts those with the Conservation Alliance do for helping that to happen, while working with others from various university groups. For it shows a great organization that brings many different types of organizations together for one cause," or "working together for the next generation to enjoy our beautiful valley," while helping to keep many endangered species alive, including our native honebees in so much trouble from CCD today, which I am not having problems with; and must be linked to having a clean environment to work with due to the efforts of the Alliance AGain, plus my own efforts too.
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