Swarming is a honey bee colony's natural means of reproduction where a single colony splits into two or more distinct colonies. If adequate habitat is not available the swarms mortality rate significantly increases.
It is estimated 80% of honey bee swarms die in the first year. There are many contributing factors and one of them is lack of suitable Swarm Habitat. In nature honey bees naturally live in hollowed out tree cavities and these tree cavities are fast disappearing .
We can teach the next generation to love and respect our forests, as well as understand that growing organic food on in their own backyard benefits the next generation of Swarming.
Fundraising is the most important aspect of what we do. We do not charge to place Swarm Boxes or Log Hives but rely on the generous support of our Patreons.
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