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March 2nd, The Bees: Colony Collapse Disorder

POSTPONED ONE WEEK. Meetup will be the following Sunday, March 2nd at the same time/place.

I'm sure many of you have heard about Colony Collapse Disorder, or CCD for short. Since 2005 when it was first noticed, beekeepers and farmers have noticed bee colonies not making it through the cold seasons, either dropping dead or disappearing without returning to the hive altogether. No single cause or causes has been identified yet, although that hasn't stopped many groups from claiming that it's the fault of x, y, or z.

What are the facts and what are clearly myths? You might know that bees are important for agriculture, but is our whole food system in danger? And what do Almonds have to do with this? =)

After digging in and hearing what others had to say, I found out some truly eye-opening details. I think everyone will be surprised as well!

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