Bee Conservation

As a part of our mission, we partner up with Bee Farmers across America and introduce their passion to our eco-conscious customers.

This has introduced customers and small businesses to fostering and supporting bee farmers learn and continue to spread their message around bee rescue + conservation. 

 

BROOKLYN GRANGE 

Brooklyn Grange is the leading rooftop farming and intensive green roofing business in the US. The business operates an apiary, keeping bees in dozens of naturally-managed hives, on roofs, backyards, and nooks dispersed throughout NYC.
Brooklyn Grange provides several key ecosystem services, and partners with numerous non-profit and community service organizations throughout New York to promote healthy and strong local communities.

 

QUEEN CITY BEE COMPANY

The Queen City Bee Co. was founded by Carlier & Sally in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

The Bee rescue farm provides a range of Bee Education services to Local restaurants and supports Local Beekeepers in starting and maintaining Hives.

They allow for businesses to Sponsor, foster, or own their hive at their farms 

 

TREES FOR THE FUTURE 

The foundation was started with the aim of ending hunger, providing food security and improving the environment 
By decreasing the use of practices such as burning, clearing and ploughing, Forest Gardens reduce deforestation by eliminating farmers' dependence on forests for food, timber, and many other non-timber forest products. The positive environmental impacts include carbon sequestration, biodiversity increased, land restored, and so much more.

 

THE BEE CONSERVANCY
The Bee Sanctuaries consist of honeybee hives and/or native bee houses placed in zoos, urban farms, and other green spaces where they serve as valuable environmental and educational resources.
Through programming that includes educational talks, classes, wildlife walks, citizen science initiatives, and more, THE CONSERVANCY  engages thousands of people, inspiring environmental stewardship while educating on the importance of bees.
One-third of the bee sanctuaries are placed in close proximity to urban farms or community food gardens, where they help increase crop yield and support local food systems. 

 

 

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