Honey Bee and Flower Colorful Vegetable-Tanned Leather Barrette
THIS PRODUCT IS MADE-TO-ORDER
For 1 week only- Use Code "BEEYOURSELF" for 25% off on all honeybee items! 5% of all sales will be donated directly to the OREGON BEE PROJECT (oregonbeeproject.org)- More information at the bottom of this page.
This beautiful colorful honey bee and flower barrette features 100% real vegetable-tanned leather. This vibrant item is completely hand carved, dyed with bright colors and has a protective finish. Our artisan leatherworkers have more than 10 years of experience creating lovely enduring pieces of unique wearable art.
This barrette will stand out among other hair accessories and is surely one of a kind!
The accompanying hair stick is made of sturdy carved wood, stained and finished.
This is a very lightweight item, and won't weigh you down.
Makes a unique gift!
Made with love, made to last!
For 1 week only- Use Code "BEEYOURSELF" for 25% off on all honeybee items! 5% of all sales will be donated directly to the OREGON BEE PROJECT (oregonbeeproject.org):
Initiated in 2017, the Oregon Bee Project is a cooperative effort between the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA), the Oregon State University (OSU) Extension Service, the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF), and a diverse set of stakeholders who are actively engaged in caring for our bees. Together these collaborators and supporters are launching several initiatives to maintain and enhance bee health in Oregon.
The Oregon Bee Project has a mission of:
“Bringing together Oregonians around a science-based strategy for protecting and promoting wild and managed bees through education, pollinator-friendly practices, and research.”
- Interviews, bee collection, and farming practice assessment at select Flagship Farms
- Advisory committee meetings with interested stakeholders
- Regular e-newsletter with updates about pollinator activities and projects around Oregon
- Curation workshops for bee enthusiasts to aid statewide survey efforts to develop the Oregon Bee Atlas
- Tabling at relevant agricultural events
This project is funded in part by a USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant and a FFAR Pollinator Health Fund Grant.