This is the sort of email I get on a regular basis.  
"My name is Nicolas from and I am an online teacher for an alternative learning program for kids. We were discussing pollinators when we came across your website while looking for resources. We wanted to say thank you!" 
Read on to see why the email was really sent.  
Nicolas wrote: 
"One of my students, Claire, did some research and she sent in this article with a lot of really great information on how to grow a bee-friendly garden. This is what she found - 
I suggested that she share this with you because it had such great information we thought it could be useful to you and your other visitors. Would you please add a link to it to your web page for them, even if it is just for a little while? I want to show the increasingly large group of students that they can accomplish things if they aren't afraid to come out of their shells and simply ask, especially while being in so much isolation these days! Please let me know if you’d be willing to help so I can share the exciting news with them! 
Thank you in advance! 
Nicolas Fuller" 
I had a few minutes so I thought I might help out Claire. They asked if the link could be added to me "links" page but that is not an appropreiate place for it. So here it is in a blog instead.  
For clarity I have no affilation to or 
Photo credit to Kai Wenzel on Unsplash 
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