Bees are super organism and Honey bees are one of its kind among 20000 species found across the globe. Whenever we think of bee we think of honey. They aren't just responsible for honey but more importantly pollinate most of our food. They being flower feeders suck the nectars and buzz the pollen of the flower for food as a result, pollination happens unintentionally.
Bees are the polluter for 70% of fruits, vegetables, seeds and nuts that we eat. One out of every three bites of food that we take is the result of something that pollinator has done. In other words, more than 1/3 of the world's crop production is dependent on bee pollination.
That being said, the number of bees is in depleting order and will ultimately uneven our ecosystem. Our food growing culture is what responsible for all these. Excessive use of pesticides over growing crops, primary focus on crop cultivation rather than flowering plants and monoculture farming are some out of many reasons.
They produce the food we eat. If they suffer it is obvious that we're going to suffer badly. So, to combat this we should have to do with the followings;
First thing first, they need a flower for food. This suggests the need to increase in flowering plants. Lately, the use of agricultural pesticides is at its peak which will affect the health of the bee. That is why conservationist says, "Plant flower - avoid pesticides." Let the small act of planting diversified flowers and keeping them free of pesticides be the driver of large scale change.
Divine Himalayan, a Himalayan product brand has long been involved in bee conservation. Every year we're adding up 100 hives in the different districts across Nepal. Parallelly, through an awareness campaign, we're alerting farmers not to use pesticides and insecticides. Bees are in dire need of multi-floral plants to be alive and to help humanity exist. Realizing this need we have been constantly planting flowering plants in the lands of Nepal associating with locals. Furthermore, we are planning to reach out to the global community to widespread its importance and the need for conservation. "Save the bee, Save the Humanity"