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New city ordinance hopes to bring back bees to Boyle Heights backyards

By Esmeralda Ortiz

For some kids, bees are frightening. Not for Amadeo Delgado.

As a child, he learned about the healing power of honey. He was 10 or 11 years old when the sweet product of bees was used to heal his wounds from an accident. Because of this, he has spent most of his life trying to keep bees alive.

Amadeo Delgado says he has a “passion for bees.”

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Resiliency IN A BOX is a mural covered repurposed shipping container housing equipment producing a renewable, sustainable source of potable water, soil enhancements and clean energy on a daily basis. Our project provides opportunities for STEM education and a canvas for public art. In the Community Healing Gardens'Tech Garden at LAUSD Edwin Markham Middle School in Watts, it will improve food production plus serve as an off-the-grid, vital resource for the entire neighborhood in the event of a disaster.

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