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Reward Offered for Arsonist Who Set Dozens of Texas Beehives on Fire

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At present, just over $11K has been raised by the Brazoria County Beekeepers Association as a reward in this particular case, and donations are still coming in. “Tomatoes, squash, watermelons, bees pollinate those,” Brackmann explained to abc13.com. “So if bees don’t pollinate those, you get zero vegetables, we would see next to nothing in the vegetable stores.” This crime has occurred just as the 2019 honey season is getting underway as well, resulting in one member of the Brazoria County Beekeepers Association losing all the honey they hoped to sell at summer farmers markets.

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