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so many people defend honey farming as a beautiful, environmentally vital thing. what it actually is: building an inviting home for an animal so that you can take the nutrients they stored to get through the winter. If someone were to actually set out to help the environment, does that sound like the strategy they would use? It’s almost like it’s purely for human benefit.

a good article: npr.org/sections/thesalt/2018/

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