indystarIndy woman wants to save the bees in 2016, January 2016

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“Who was the last being you thanked for the food on your table? God? A farmer? Your spouse? Chances are, it wasn’t a bee. But according to Kate Franzman, it’s high-time that changed. Franzman, 30, is the founder of Bee Public, an organization she started in 2012 to help make Indy a more bee-friendly city. Why bees? According to the National Resources Defense Council, cross-pollination helps at least 30 percent of the world’s crops and 90 percent of wild plants to thrive. Without bees, those plants and food crops would die off.”

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Learn more about Kate Franzman’s project, Bee Public, here.