Honeybee populations are under attack but the founders of nonprofit HoneyLove believe bees' best future is in cities.
ByDaniel B. Wood, Staff Writer
Rebecca Cabage/Special to The Christian Science Monitor
Butterflies and hummingbirds flit in the shafts of light behind Chelsea McFarland as she tells a group of about 20 interested volunteers – residents ages 6 to 66 from around this West Los Angeles suburb – what they can do to combat the dramatic worldwide depletion of the honeybee.