World Bee Day Essentials
World Bee Day was founded to celebrate the birth date of Anton Jansa, a Slovenian beekeeper who pioneered modern beekeeping methods. The celebration takes place on 20th May every year.
Two species of bees became extinct in the UK in the 20th century. Now, due to a large-scale decline in their population, a third of the remaining species are listed on at least one of the English, Scottish and Welsh conservation species priority lists.
If you’re wondering how to be more Eco-friendly and celebrate World Bee Day, we have the answer. Here at Each Person, we are passionate about environmental issues and want to help you make the most of World Bee Day this year. Epoints is buzzing with discounts and cashback deals that you can’t miss.
Kew Gardens Experience
What better way to spend World Bee Day than to see them for yourself. Spring is an exciting time for the natural world as flowers start to bloom. This means it is almost guaranteed that you will see some of our black and yellow friends bumbling around.
Get Your Hands on Some Flowers
Why not do your bit and plant some flowers that are perfect for pollinators. The growth of our big cities and agricultural land, means that bees have to work a lot harder to find the perfect flowers. The more flowers we plant in our gardens, the more bees we’ll see!
Gardening Essentials You Need To Get Your Garden Up To Scratch
Get all the gardening essentials you need this World Bee Day. Amazon offers everything you could ask for when it comes to gardening from gloves to spades, wheel barrows to seeds. What’s more, you earn 3% cashback every time you purchase an Amazon gift card on the Epoints store. So you can save while you spend!
Through our partnership with Virgin Experiences, you can go on a day trip to remember this World Bee Day. With 20% cashback there is no reason as to why you shouldn’t try your hand as a beekeeper.
Plant Trees With Us!
You can donate your Epoints to plant a tree! Planting trees is great for bees. Some trees blossom and require pollinators to help them to the next stage of their natural cycle. While other trees provide excellent homes to bee hives and provide a canopy for plants and flowers to thrive under.
How Can You Help The Bees?
If you want to help to save and protect the bees this World Bee Day, here are some fantastic charities you can donate to:
If you would like to donate with Epoints towards our environmentally friendly mission, you can do so by visiting our donate page.