Sarahbeegirl's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics

@sarahbeegirl

United States

Head workerbee at beegirl.org, a grassroots nonprofit focused on education, research, policy, & conservation. Madam Prez @northwestfarmersunion👩🏼‍🌾🐝
sar▓▓▓▓▓@beegirl.org
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United States
18–24

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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF SARAHBEEGIRL

52.0% of sarahbeegirl's followers are female and 48.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.20%. The average number of likes per post is 388 and the average number of comments is 11.

Sarahbeegirl loves posting about Actors, Food.

Check sarahbeegirl's audience demography. This analytics report shows sarahbeegirl's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

Followers
33,143
Avg Likes
388
Avg Comments
11
Posts
3,668
Global Rank
230,836
Country Rank
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Category Rank
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR SARAHBEEGIRL

Female
52.0 %
Male
48.0 %

AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF SARAHBEEGIRL

  • Beauty & Fashion 63.90 %
  • Travel & Tourism 56.27 %
  • Fitness & Yoga 55.84 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 51.54 %
  • Art & Design 47.58 %
  • Healthy Lifestyle 42.64 %
  • Business & Careers 38.67 %
  • Photography 37.94 %
  • Entertainment 34.31 %

RECENT POSTS

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#Repost @americanbeekeepingfederation ・・・ Meet the ABF Family. Getting to know the people that make up ABF may be the best benefit of membership. Sarah Red-Laird is the founder and Executive Director of the Bee Girl organization, a nonprofit with a mission to educate and inspire communities to conserve bees, their flowers, and our countryside. BGO projects are focused on bee habitat research and education, and kids’ programs. She is a graduate of the University of Montana's College of Forestry and Conservation with a degree in Resource Conservation, focused on community collaboration and environmental policy. Sarah also serves as the “Kids and Bees” program director for the American Beekeeping Federation. To see her commitment to good policy and community collaborations realized, she also serves as president of the Northwest Farmers Union, and is a past president of the Western Apicultural Society. When she is not tirelessly working with bees, beekeepers, kids, farmers and ranchers, and policy makers, Sarah loves to read historical fiction, ride her vintage 10-speed, run in the hills, and see new places, things, and people. To see her latest projects updates visit Instagram and Facebook @sarahbeegirl or www.beegirl.org. Join the ABF family and start experiencing the benefits. www.abfnet.org Photo Credit: @ashleybatz

300 13

Getting nerdy with my vernal pool data, and can’t even believe it’s BEE TIME already. Bee research season starts for me next week. I’m so ready and so not ready 🤓 #odotpollinators #latergram

253 7

Join our hive!! ⠀ ⠀ We're hiring an event coordinator for Hive to Table ✨🍯✨ ⠀ ⠀ The Bee Girl organization is a nonprofit with a mission to educate and inspire communities to conserve bees, their flowers, and our countryside. Our work is all about creating and connecting communities to their soil through bee conservation. We envision a future where kids frolic in pastures of flowers, buzzing with bees, alongside profitable family farmers and ranchers. Through our research projects and education programs we are regenerating soil, bees, and communities. ⠀ ⠀ We are looking for a new member to join our team as the event coordinator for our annual “Hive to Table” fundraiser. This will be a live event (following Covid-19 protocols) on August 28th at Hanley Farm in Jacksonville, Oregon, with two live bands, food trucks, a bar, a BGO merchandise table, and a live and silent auction. ⠀ ⠀ The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, able to work independently and communicate effectively. We are looking for someone who will fit seamlessly into our small team with a proven talent and passion for event coordination and an interest in supporting bee conservation. This person will be the forward facing team member for the event, and have strong administrative, leadership, organizational, and communication skills for interacting with our volunteers, auction donors, musicians, vendors, and (approximately 150) guests. ⠀ ⠀ Learn more and apply: www.beegirl.org/jobs

89 11

My current reads ✨📖✨ What’s on your nightstand?

541 13

The BGO board of directors, and I, are so excited to announce that we have filled the position of Executive Assistant. Our new hire came from way closer to home than any of us were expecting. In fact, Marie Maucort has been my right hand, my wing-woman, my BFF, my shoulder to cry on, and my cheerleader (and visa-versa) throughout the years - since we were 12!her!⠀ ⠀ {middle school mom jeans pictures forthcoming}⠀ ⠀ Here’s a picture of Marie (a few summers ago) playing ukulele for me in my backyard before I took her to work with me for the day. Marie has been living in NYC for the last 17 years, and when she came to visit, she knew the only way to spend more than 10 minutes with me is if she dawned a bee suit or tromped around my habitat projects. And when I came to NYC for work, she always had a couch for me to crash on and a sympathetic ear for me to babble on to. She once even rented a car and picked me up in the middle of Pennsylvania (where I was doing a Kids and Bees event) so we could spend a few days together in Manhattan.⠀ ⠀ I keep thinking back to a conversation I had with Marie and her mom, when she was in town for some summer festivities (in the before times). Things had gotten so hard at BGO, and I was 110% ready to be done. I had started looking for other jobs, and an exit strategy. However – these two women would hear none of that. I received just the right pep talk at just the right time from just the right people. In convincing me to persist, who would have known that Marie was saving her own future job?⠀ ⠀ Ms. Maucort headed west to Ashland from NYC (with her family in-tow) when the pandemic made big city life feel all but impossible. ⠀ ⠀ A couple of weeks ago, I casually mentioned that we were hiring an EA. Turns out – she had been hoping to find just this kind of work(?!) So she applied, interviewed, and here we are!!⠀ ⠀ Within the first 20 minutes on her first day, she graciously, effortlessly, and painlessly untangled my hair that I had zipped up in my purse. Because that’s the kind of person I am, and that’s the kind of person she is, and we’re all so thankful to have her in this position.⠀ ⠀ Please help me in welcoming Marie!

757 8

My first subscription to National Geographic was when I was 6 years old. When I was 38, I got to touch Jane Goodall’s chair in the Nat Geo board room (on the way up to check out their rooftop bees). I dream that we’ll cross paths someday. Here’s to women who teach, mentor, lift up, and inspire other women to be and to hope. Happy International Women’s Day 👩🏼‍🌾👩🏻‍🎓👩🏾‍🏫👩🏽‍🍳👩🏾‍🏭👩🏽‍🔬👩🏼‍🎨👩🏻‍🚀🦹🏼‍♀️🧕🏿🦥 📷: Nat Geo

364 12

Friends!! Pop over to @barrhillgin to see the hardworking women on their crew, and give their #internationalwomensday post a double tap! For every (❤️) they get, they’ll give a donation to BGO!

333 7

My beeple. Thank you 🙏🏻 I’m so thankful for your words of empathy and kindness, whether I’m surfing high on optimism, or stuck in the doldrums of isolation and overwhelm. And also thank you to the mechanic who built my seed drill for taking my calls on a Sunday to troubleshoot our machine. {we figured it out and fixed it} And to my man for helping me with the gas leak, lending me two tiny rock pickers for my field in the morning, and for giving my hands a “Silkwood Shower” when I got home 😂 Community is the most important thing, and it’s the hardest thing to have right now. I’ve met a lot of you at conferences or workshops, or I work with you, I grew up with some of you, I spend a lot of time looking at your pictures and reading your stories, too. So if we haven’t met, I feel like we have. You’re who I’ve got, you’re the links on this chain (which is fixed now) that makes the thing go, and I ‘preciate you. 🌻🪱🌱🐝🪨🦥💛🐘👩🏼‍🌾 #allthefeels

474 28

A reality check post. A little how it started (my last post) vs. how it’s going. All I want to do is plant some damn seed. After three days of a dead battery, a major gas leak, four flat tires, and now a broken seed drill - I have in ONE ROW of seeds. Just. W. T. F.

220 2

Picking rocks and hunting worms 🪱🪨🌱 He’ll be taking over my job here soon!! #regenerativebeepasture #sampsoncreekpreserve #adventuresindirtandhoney #famtime #springritual

701 29

This weekend, I highly recommend taking less than an hour of your time to watch Gabe Brown's testimony and conversation with the House Ag Committee. ⠀ ⠀ The quote that is most resonating with me, "It does no good if we're feeding our society cardboard.  Take a look at the facts - we are spending twice as much on healthcare as we are on food.  I'm totally OK with lowering the the price of food, but we have to do it in a way that brings back profitability to the farm and ranch."  Speaking to the need to reward farmers for outcomes (nutrient dense food, carbon sequestration, water infiltration rates, increased soil biology), following using regenerative principals - not subsidies for yield and pounds.    ⠀ ⠀ The testimony starts at about 4:00, the conversation starts at about 20:00. ⠀ ⠀ When asked for the reasons why farmers just aren't farming this way currently and how to move in the right (regenerative) direction - ⠀ ⠀ 1. Fear of the unknown (solution = education) ⠀ ⠀ 2. Current farm program is not conducive to adopting regenerative practices - the production model is wrong.  Through the Risk Management Agency, crop revenue insurance determines 95% of what farmers and ranchers plant.  Because they have to obtain operating money, the bank tells them what crops to plant (according to projected yields) to comply with risk management (solution = change the damn system to reward and incentivize outcomes, not bet on yields)    ⠀ ⠀ The photos are of BGO's adventures in experimenting with the principals through the Regenerative Bee Pasture project and the Bee Friendly Vineyards project. ⠀ ⠀ {Link to the testimony, "Gabe Brown Goes to Congress" in my bio} #regenerativebeepasture #beefriendlyvineyards #bees #beekeeping #regenerativeagriculture #northwestfarmersunion #itsnotthecowitsthehow #nutrientdensitymatters

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I’m pretty sure @staceyabrams was actually just talking straight to me today. Inspired and refreshed. #Repost @californiacfw ・・・ We are feeling so inspired by @staceyabrams! Did you catch her #keynote at #CalWomen?

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