Sneak Peak of my Landing Page, Preparing for Launch!
Hey, community! We are closing in on National Bee Awareness day; I can't wait to see the creative content you all come up with to help raise awareness for bee welfare~
I created this landing page to provide participants:
A free event flyer to share on their social media pages from May 10th to 19th.
A standard flyer to inform friends on how they can participate on World Bee Day.
Access to my sharable infographics related to bee welfare.
Up-to-date scholarly articles from ethologists and professionals in the agriculture industry.
Coming Soon: A gallery to display your artwork for visitors!
To gain access to my flyers, look for my next blog post this week on subscribing to my mailing list. Also, how to submit artwork to be promoted. Until then, stay loud for the bees!
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One of the best things about visiting San Francisco is that San Francisco is “big” in terms of attractions and amenities, geographically only 49 square miles. This makes it easy to see and do so many things in a short amount of time.
The Golden Gate Bridge is a must-see, but visiting Alcatraz Island to visit the infamous currently closed federal prison should also be at the top of your list. Instead of spending time around the tourist-filled Fisherman’s Wharf, take a sip at the Ferry Building Marketplace or take a walk through the vibrant Castro to discover a more authentic side of San Francisco.
The California Academy of Sciences has many attractions, including an aquarium, a planetarium, a natural history museum, and even the rainforest.
Cable cars have been transporting people around San Francisco since the late 19th century. The car runs on railroad tracks and travels three routes with underground cables.
Golden Gate Bridge is one of San Francisco’s most iconic landmarks, the Golden Gate Bridge is one of seven wonders of the modern world. With its unique culture, panoramic views, and stunning food scenes, is one of the most visited cities in the United States.
Outdoor festivals are a popular San Francisco activity for people of all ages. The Jerba Buena Garden Festival is held during the summer of May-October and offers dining, shopping, and cultural activities for the whole family. Read the article to see the best places to visit in San Francisco and things to do with kids, family in SF.
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Persian myth accredits the origin of the Tulip to a star-crossed love affair between a prince named Farhad and a woman named Shirin. Shirin’s father disapproved of the match, and set Farhad impossible tasks to complete.
When it seemed that Farhad would succeed, Shirin’s father made Farhad believe that Shirin had died. Distraught, Farhad killed himself, and the first tulips bloomed from his fallen blood.
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