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Kids Learn Why Bees Are Awesome | National Geographic

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Published on Aug 18, 2015

Bees are vital to the world's food supply. To educate schoolchildren about the importance of honeybees, the Sweet Virginia Foundation is using a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on experience. The kids get up close and personal with the insects, donning beekeeper suits and actually interacting with a buzzing hive. The White House is also working to inform the public about the importance of these pollinators—last year, First Lady Michelle Obama added a pollinator garden and honeybee hive on the South Lawn.
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PRODUCER & CINEMATOGRAPHER Jason Kurtis
EDITOR: Nick Lunn
SPECIAL THANKS: Sweet Virginia Foundation and the Bruce-Monroe Elementary School

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