Save The Bees - Protect Them by Brooke Fischer

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Proceeds support Earthjustice, using the power of law to defend our right to a healthy environment.

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Design By: Brooke Fischer
Brooke Fischer Brooke Fischer grew up in Boulder, Colorado and studied at the Colorado Institute of Art, Denver. She is a fine art painter and graphic designer. Notice Designs is her graphic design company. Brooke is a passionate advocate for the environment and equal rights. She lives in Santa Monica, California.
Design By: Brooke Fischer
Brooke Fischer Brooke Fischer grew up in Boulder, Colorado and studied at the Colorado Institute of Art, Denver. She is a fine art painter and graphic designer. Notice Designs is her graphic design company. Brooke is a passionate advocate for the environment and equal rights. She lives in Santa Monica, California.
Artist Statement

This is a subject near and dear to my heart. 💛 As a person who feels deeply about nature and science I have a growing concern for the declining bee population. Since the 1940s, honeybee colonies have decreased from 5 million to 2.5 million. Researchers say there could be many reasons for the decline: everything from parasites and bacteria to environmental stress, like a lack of pollen. 75% of the world’s food crop depends on at least one pollinator, such as the honeybee. They need us and we need them, it is a symbiotic relationship. We must nurture and care for them. — Brooke Fischer