Hotline for saving bees in L.A.

The folks at Google Voice interviewed my friend Amy Seidenwurm, one of the co-founders of Backwards Beekeepers, a no-treatment beekeepers club I belong to.
backwards-bees.jpg 1. Tell us about your organization. The Backwards Beekeepers are dedicated to saving the native honey bee population by teaching chemical-free beekeeping. We have monthly meetings in L.A. and also advise beekeepers all over the world.

2. How are you using Google Voice? We use our Google Voice number for the Bee Rescue Hotline. People all over L.A. call the hotline when they find unwelcome bees in their garages, hot tubs, trees, chimneys and such. We get their message on our Google Voice account and email it to our list of almost 500 beekeepers (and aspiring ones). Someone claims the job, contacts the caller and picks up the bees.

Google Voice: Helping save bees in L.A.