Susan Arango

employee at Invoca in Santa Barbara

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Many people haven’t set foot in an office in nearly a year. Dust is accumulating, and desk calendars are still turned to March 2020. It’s a time capsule of pre-pandemic times.

Honey bees move into Santa Barbara office that workers left in March 2020 due to COVID

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