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The Honeybee Project

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

Tired little teddy bears. At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

The Honeybee Project

At the Lasseter Family Winery, first-graders from Dunbar School learn all about bees, take a ride on a train, and enrich the environment by tossing "bee bombs" (egg shells filled with earth and flower seeds) onto a barren field. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)