Wyman’s of Maine Honeybee Initiative


Long before it was publicized and long before many were concerned my husband noticed the lack of honey bees in our area.  Slowly, we started hearing news reports and it has been a concern of ours.  I was thrilled when I found that Wyman’s of Maine, is also concerned about honey bees.  Wyman’s of Maine is a producer of premium frozen fruits.



They understand that the honey bees are responsible for pollinating one third of our nations produce – including their Wild Blueberries. This is why they’re committed to saving the bees and eliminating the threat to our nation’s crops. Last month, Wyman’s of Maine surprised unassuming shoppers at a local Boston open market by dressing up street team members as honeybees to “swarm” the area. These team members passed out wildflower seeds in order to encourage the public to start growing wildflowers to build habitats for the bees.
You can find the video here: http://bit.ly/1MKWXpP
One of the biggest detriments to the honeybee population is that they do not get enough nutrition from the plants that they pollinate, and planting wildflowers will help fix this problem. By providing a place for bees to get their nutrition, they will be better equipped to fend off disease, pathogens, and the effects of stress. As part of Wyman’s initiative towards saving the bees, we found our “swarm” to be very effective in spreading awareness and getting people to understand how they can help save the bee population.

5 comments for “Wyman’s of Maine Honeybee Initiative

  1. Lula Ruger
    October 7, 2015 at 11:09 am

    I have heard about this problem with the honey bees i love that this company is committed to saving the bees . Hopefully more compays will follow suit

  2. Sally Gearhart
    October 7, 2015 at 4:00 pm

    I know when I was little I would refuse to wear shoes & I was always getting stung! Now my kids are growing up in the same house & I’ve noticed noo bees! 🙁 This is great & I will definitely be reading more into it & planting a bee-friendly garden this spring. Thank you for the info!!! 🙂

  3. Lauryn R
    October 7, 2015 at 7:30 pm

    I have never heard of this program before, but it sounds awesome! I am glad someone is raising awareness about honeybees, they are so important to our ecosystem!

  4. mom2three82
    October 8, 2015 at 12:59 pm

    I have heard of the honey bee problems and it’s the first of many problems our environment faces. Kudos to Wymans of Maine for taking action.

  5. Linda Manns Linneman
    October 10, 2015 at 6:15 pm

    I did not realize this about honey bees. I will have to plant more wild flowers at my house. Thank you so much for sharing

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