We work with a diverse clientele, from land-based conservation organizations and private landowners to researchers, farmers, gardeners & beekeepers around the world.
Our services include:
Restoration & Conservation
Rehabilitating Apian Networks
We create “landscape apiaries” using traditional TreeNests and promote natural apian networks. We collaborate with diverse stakeholders in developing and implementing novel approaches to conservation.
- Analysis/evaluation of existing honeybees populations
- Assessment of watersheds for conservation / rewilding options
- Design of landscapes apiaries / LocApiaries
- Building custom TreeNests for specific locations
- Installations and implementation
- Hands-on training and educational programs
Are you interested in taking the first step in your wilding project?
Seminars & Workshops
Learning together and building communities
Our educational programs link to core elements of wilding strategies, as well as research-based evidence on wild Apis mellifera (honeybees). Our classes welcome both novice and experienced beekeepers, and anyone else who is interested in learning more about the wilding of bees. Workshop topics include:
- Arboreal Apiculture
- Tree-based Apiculture
- Holistic strategies for beekeepers
- In-depth studies of honeybees
- Advocacy for honeybee awareness
- Mentorship programs for youth and schools
- Hands-on TreeNest building workshops
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Learning from the Wild and integrating biomimicry & research for the rehabilitation of apian health.
Research of wild honeybees is essential in designing innovative conservation practices for honeybees. We promote a multidisciplinary approach and collaborate with Universities, NGOs, and other stakeholders. This is a diverse area of activity:
- Assessment for conservation potential and wilding options for landscapes and watersheds
- Various research projects in diverse ecologies
- Partnering with Universities, NGOs, and other stakeholders
- Restoration and conservation projects
- Empowering local communities to integrate wilding and novel conservation practices
Are you interested in starting the conversation?