Saving the Honeybees
Our project shows a product that could possibly help the honey bee population. Justice Murphy and I chose to work on this project because we both care about the ecosystem and the animals living in it. We went through a lot of different ideas for prototypes before we got to our final product of a “seed shaker,” which is shown in the slideshow. We decided it was the best idea because it is so practical and easy to use and make. The seed shaker has a variety of seeds in it for plants that honey bees are attracted to, so people can plant them in their yards. This would help honey bees as there would be more plants without pesticides, enabling them to get safe nectar and pollen for their colonies. We have learned a lot from this project about how vital honey bees are to humans and other plants, and how we need to always work hard to protect them.