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HELP CHILDREN SAVE SMALL INSECTS! 

An all-day World Bee Project workshop at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 

An all-day World Bee Project workshop at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 

 
Small insects rule the world! Children know this – they are interested in what a butterfly or a bee is. Children must be shown that the bee is keeping the flowering plant species alive and well, the grasshopper is recycling scarce food requirements for plants, the millipede is making the soil, and the ladybug is stopping pests from eating all our food. Showing children that this miniature world is there, and that it’s crucial, is probably one of the best things to do to help them survive the future in this world of turmoil.
— Professor Michael Samways, Chair of the Department of Conservation Ecology & Entomology, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
 

Little creatures are actually the ones who make up the ecosystem, the network that keeps us and our children, animals and plants, and our planet alive. This is why we are developing educational activities to inspire children with the role they can play in saving small insects, bees, butterflies and the rest. If this touches your hearts, we hope you will share in our effort in however small or big a way you wish to.

 
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