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Cherios giving away free wildflower seeds

Aim to bring back bees

In recent years, global hotels have joined the urban beekeeping trend too, bringing their own honey direct to their tables. Here's a look at five top luxury hotels creating a buzz in their local communities.
In recent years, global hotels have joined the urban beekeeping trend too, bringing their own honey direct to their tables. Here's a look at five top luxury hotels creating a buzz in their local communities. (Rich Brooks/CNN)

A popular breakfast cereal is doing its part to help bring back failing bee populations.

Cheerios is giving away wildflower seeds to help people spread flowers that bees pollinate around the country. It's part of their #BringBackTheBees campaign. So far, over 100 million seeds have been given away, according to the cereal's website and they still have more to give away.

Individuals wishing to receive free wildflower seeds can register online. Seeds should arrive four to six weeks after ordering.