The mission of The Bees Waggle is to spread the word about how important pollinators are, and to reduce the fear of bees by educating children (and adults) about them. Jessica Goldstrohm, Owner and Head Educator at The Bees Waggle, does many presentations to schools as well as adult groups to help everyone understand the importance, and simplicity, of nurturing the survival of pollinators in our own yards and communities.
Jessica earned a Master’s in Biomedical Sciences from CSU, and a Bachelor’s in News Editing from CU, both of which have proven very useful for her current endeavors. She is a Colorado native and has a passion for the outdoors. She decided to establish The Bees Waggle with her husband, David Goldstrohm in 2015 after watching several documentaries about the plight of bees and monarchs. She writes a blog, does presentations to various age groups, develops native bee products, and has developed elementary school curriculum centered around educating youth on the importance of pollinators to our planet. Jessica currently serves on the boards of People and Pollinators Action Network, Bee Safe Earth and Colorado Pollinator Network Steering Committee.