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Pesticides threatening bee population

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These are my only moments in bee keeping. First time with bees was in Oregon with beekeeper Dave Muralt. He proved to me that bees are nice to you if you're nice to them. These are my only moments in bee keeping. First time with bees was in Oregon with beekeeper Dave Muralt. He proved to me that bees are nice to you if you're nice to them.
Second encounter was here in San Diego with Hilary Kearney, Girl Next Door Honey. What a sweet treat! Second encounter was here in San Diego with Hilary Kearney, Girl Next Door Honey. What a sweet treat!

SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) – We use honey on food, as a cure for allergies, and you can even find it in lotion. But prices on groceries and all things sweet could skyrocket if declining bee populations don't bounce back soon.

In the above Earth 8 video, CBS News 8's Natasha Stenbock talks to a local beekeeper who is saving bees one backyard at a time.

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