What we do

Apis Arborea was founded to preserve the life and resiliency of honeybees through rewilding, that is, the restoration of habitat and natural hives, and the use of a holistic ecological framework in working with bees.

We believe the expanding environmental crisis of our time calls for a radical re-design of the ways we live with bees. Our work is centered on the development of tree-based hives that help ensure the health and survival of bees, and thus, all beings.

We hope to be an intermediary facilitator for entomological research, land managers, farmers and growers, and beekeepers. We regard the interdependency of the honeybee life form as a resource and inspiration for our human work in agriculture, economics, and sociocultural and environmental fields.

How we do it

We work with a diverse clientele, from land-based conservation organizations and private landowners, to farmers, gardeners & beekeepers around the world.

Apiary Installations

We create “landscape apiaries” using traditional log hives and hives in living trees.

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Seminars & Workshops

We offer workshops and classes on a wide array of apiculture practices and topics.

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We work with many different groups for the preservation and protection of honeybees.

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Why it matters

Honeybees are a keystone species. The survival of the earth’s ecosystems will partially depend on the preservation and survival of honeybees. When we support honeybees and provide for the right conditions for their health, will we protect and safeguard our food supply for future generations.

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