Honey Bee City – Helping the Honey Bee Movement

Consumer Update

If you’re a bee enthusiast or just love you some good ol’ honey bees in your backyard, then this next product is right up your alley. And fun fact, did you know that bees help produce a third of our food through pollination? Because of this dependence we have on bees, it’s important to be informed of how vital their safety is to our future.

Unfortunately, in the past few years, hives have been disappearing at a rapid rate, in part due to Colony Collapse Disorder. This is the phenomenon where worker bees disappear, and the colony dies out.

However, here to help this cause is Honey Bee City.

Developed around the belief that a single urban or suburban hive can help protect honeybees from the elements that destroy hives – things like pests, diseases, and toxins, Honey Bee City wanted to make a difference.

Honey Bee City’s urban beekeeping starter kit is perfect for anyone, regardless of their experience level.

With the specially designed rose colored aluminum roof, it provides extra protection for the little buzzers. The clear observation viewing cover is also perfect for seeing what’s going on inside any time you wish to look.

In addition, the easy-to-use top feeder lets you feed or water the bees inside the hive instead of with an external feeder that may attract birds, squirrels, and other animals.

There are two options available when it comes to purchasing. You can either order your Honey Bee City from improvementscatalog.com or thegrommet.com. You can also find more information by heading to honeybeecity.com.


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