Last year I spent nine months studying honeybees, four of those months were dedicated to an action plan. I decided to focus directly on CCD and sharing the bees' story. I hosted a screening of Vanishing of the Bees at my local library, made a short film that was screened at my local movie theater, and started a honeybee hive of my own. While the action I took last year was great, I believe there is more to be done for the bees right now, while we wait for scientists to figure of Colony Collapse. By creating a curriculum for schools concerning bee anatomy, beekeeping and bee friendly gardens, we could break down the bee issue into comprehendible steps of action for children. Also, I want to share my story and the story of my mentors throughout the past year. Whether it be speaking, blogging, or possibly even writing a book, through sharing those stories I would both spread awareness of bees and open people's eyes to a world that needs them now, the world of the honeybee. Lastly, apiarists throughout the U.S. have lost funding for research. By holding a bee appreciation day and fund raising, all money collected will directly aid in scientists' journey to help the bees.