Save the Bees Australia are a social enterprise that aims to raise awareness of the importance of bees, and raises money to ensure bees in our surrounding communities are saved from extermination.
Material: 80% Cotton; 17% Polyester; 3% Spandex
One Size: US 7-12
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By purchasing the Mushroom Sock, 10%of proceeds will be donated to this foundation.
More about Save The Bees Australia:
Honeybees have been on the earth living in harmony with nature for over 80 million years. Bees are natural chemists, and it is wildly known that honeybees forage nectar and pollen, but bees also forage salt, resins and mycelium (mushrooms).
Bees are the global leaders in pollination, one of the most important biological processes on the planet. It is through pollination that plants are fertilised and able to produce the next generation of plants, including the fruit and crops humans and animals eat. Rejuvenating the natural landscape, including the habitats of thousands of animals displaced by the fires, rests on bees’ ability to pollinate.
Save The Bees Australia are running a successful campaign against neonicotinoids which helped encourage Woolworths, Bunnings and other outlets to stop selling the Bayer product Confidor which is a neonicotinoid.
The organisation have successfully stopped spaying programs targeting mosquitoes that kill all insects including indigenous bees.
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I exchanged the mushroom socks for ‘blue banded bees’. and bought two extra pairs of ‘golden bees’ for the ‘Save
the Bees’ project, am very happy with
quality and design of all…thank you,...M.Coleman
the Bees’ project and am delighted with those
Would buy more
I love Mushrooms so I thought 'Why not socks 😁'.
The socks are very cute, fit well and feel nice. They down bunch up like a lot of others do (through out the day most socks slowly try to move off my feet) so I don't have to worry about pulling them back up.