Passion for Pollination: a group is buzzing about honeybees and food insecurity

It is National Pollinator week and what better way to celebrate than with a group that educates their community about the importance of pollinators?

RFD-TV’S Janet Adkison caught up with the Bees in the D founder Brian Peterson to discuss their mission to address food insecurity and educate the youth about beekeeping.

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