Have you ever heard of National Pollinators Week? Neither had I. Apparently, it’s in June, and after this year’s meeting, the California Fish and Game Commission voted to begin the process of classifying four species of native bumble bees as endangered.
Why does this matter? Wild bees pollinate 80% of crops on our planet, and one out of every three bites of food we eat results from pollination. With California leading the way, it’s hoped that more states will join to protect these fuzzy little creatures.
Two of the four species are named Crotch’s and Suckley. Sounds like a degenerate law firm. Or a strip club.