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  • "God Save The Queen" Women's T-shirt
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"God Save The Queen" Women's T-shirt

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    Savannah Bee Company is proud to offer the "God Save the Queen" T-shirt. We designed this shirt to help bring awareness to the global epidemic of honey bee colony collapse disorder, the inexplicable decline in honey bee populations across the world.

    Did you know that over 100 crops grown in the U.S. are primarily pollinated by honey bees. In the spring of 2013, the USDA released a report stating its fears that the U.S. does not have enough honey bees to pollinate the nation's crops, meaning that our national food production and supply chain could be at risk!

    Our "God Save the Queen" T-shirt is your opportunity to begin a conversation about this very serious issue. Let your voice be heard, spread the word! We must work together to bring awareness to this alarming issue.

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You need larger sizes 1x,2x,3x?? Thanks

They look great and I support your efforts on behalf of bees.

5 out of 5 Stars



I bought one of these in the store. The shirt is soft and not too thin. I'd say true to size. I love it!

5 out of 5 Stars


Great Product--Here's a Size Chart

This is a great design and color! One thing: there's not size chart on the page! I found one for this shirt: http://districtclothing.com/fit-guide/

It's under the category "DISTRICT MADE"

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  • Natural Notes

    • Many of the fruits and veggies we consume are plooinated by honey bees.
    • The economic value of crop pollination and cross pollination exceeds by far the economic value of the honey produced by honey bees!
    • Vast numbers of honey bees die each year as a result of negligent application of chemical pesticides.
    • Coffee is an globally significant crop that is almost exclusively pollinated by honeybees.
    • Honey bees transfer pollen between one another in the hive, which leads the process of cross pollination.
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