• What are some other HBC projects?

    Educator’s Kit Our Educator’s Kit is designed for teachers and other educators that would like to teach children about sustainability and science by focusing on bees. full of information about bees.  You can sign up for a copy. Bee Ambassador Program Our Bee Ambassadors help inspire and educate the next generation of sustainability- minded citizens […]

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  • What is The Honeybee Conservancy?

    The Honeybee Conservancy/Anthophilous is a 501c3 non-profit established in 2009 to raise awareness about the collapse of honeybee populations and the risk posed to $15 billion dollars’ worth of U.S. agricultural revenue products.  HBC educates about the importance of bees and the challenges to their survival. HBC also seeks to inspire individuals to help boost […]

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  • Where can I find information about different bee types?

    For information on a variety of bees, please visit this page on our website: https://thehoneybeeconservancy.org/about-us-2/bees/

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  • I want to host a fundraiser at my school. Can you help us?

    We truly appreciate your charitable fundraising efforts on behalf of The Honeybee Conservancy! Due to our small size, we are unable to provide support. If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution, can donate on our website. Any donation made would support our programs including Sponsor-A-Hive, which places bee homes in communities with limited […]

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  • I’m a student and I have so many questions about bees. Please help!

    Are you seeking information? We have a very small staff so we are unable to answer individual questions, though we do have quite a bit of information on our website. Our blog has many resources including how to create a bee garden.  And here is a recent blog post on 21 flowers that attract bees. You […]

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  • Tell me more about the Sponsor-A- Hive program.

    Sponsor-A-Hive places bee homes in communities with limited access to fresh food. The bees increase yield in community and school gardens, providing food to soup kitchens, senior citizen centers, schools, Veterans centers and a myriad of other social service organizations. We’ve distributed over 75 hives to date, impacting over 84,000 people. The 2017 Sponsor-A-Hive grant program […]

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  • I’m a teacher. Where can I find resources for educators?

    We’re very excited that you are interested in teaching your students about honeybees. We have several programs and materials popular with teachers. Grade schools Our Sponsor-a-Hive Educator’s Kit is downloadable and free. You’ll be asked to provide your contact information so that we can notify you whenever we have new materials (we promise not to […]

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  • How do I submit an In Memoriam donation?

    For in memoriam gifts, we send out an email to the families to notify them that a donation was made in the honor of a loved one. For this, we would need the information below sent to melipona@thehoneybeeconservancy.org. Please include “In Memoriam Donation” in the subject line. Your Name The Email Address where you want […]

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  • I love The Honeybee Conservancy! How do I donate?

    If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution, can donate on our website. Any donation made would support our programs including Sponsor-A-Hive, which places bee homes in communities with limited access to fresh food. The bees will increase yield in community and school gardens, providing food to soup kitchens, senior citizen centers, schools, Veterans […]

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  • How do I create a bee garden?

    Thank you so much for your work on behalf of bees! Since you’re interested in possibly planting a bee garden, here is a link to information on how to create a bee garden.  And here is a recent blog post on 21 flowers that attract bees. We would love to see your bee garden photos […]

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