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Dan Pitsch of Sheboygan is a local gardener and beekeeper who is helping educate our community on the importance of bees. Many people think of bees as a summertime nuisance when, in reality, they make it possible for many of your favorite foods to reach your table. Without bees to spread seeds and pollinate, many plants—including food crops—would die off. There is a condition known as Colony Collapse Disorder which is causing bee populations to decline. Keeping bee populations safe is critical for keeping American tables stocked with high-quality produce. Learn what you can do to help. 

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