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Learn How to Ship Nesting Blocks Back in September

And Just Like That… It’s September!!
Wow! This spring and summer BUZZED by quickly. We want to thank all of you for hosting solitary bees this year and providing a safe and nurturing habitat for all our pollinators!
September is when you send back your nesting blocks.

IF YOU NEED A NEW RETURN LABEL, PLEASE CLICK HERE (please note, you can leave the RMA box blank)

In this blog we’ll teach you:

  • HOW TO PACK UP YOUR NESTING BLOCKS
  • WHAT TO DO IF LEAFCUTTER BEES ARE STILL ACTIVE
  • WHAT WE DO WHEN WE GET YOUR BLOCKS BACK
  • WATCH HOW WE CLEAN MILLIONS OF MASON BEES
  • SAVE THE DATE FOR 2024 ORDERS

Don’t forget – You keep your black house to refill next year with clean bees and nesting blocks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Jeanne Brown says

    Guys… I now know when I could volunteer (next week!!!) but i can no longer find the sign up form. Could you either let me know if you would need me on Wed (Oct 11, dropping my husband at PacMed in Canyon Park at around 9:45…) OR send me the sign up so I can find a spot. Thanks, jeannie

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