Save the Bees

You Can Make A Difference

Why Are Bees So Important?

Our Mission

Researchers have discovered that in Puerto Rico, the gentle Honey Bee and African Killer Bee have become friends. So much so, that there's a new bee in town, called the Africanized Honey Bee. This unique bee boasts an impressive ability to pollinate and produce honey, a calm and collected demeanor, and the ability to resist many of the pests that have plagued the Honey Bees as of lately. Could this be the key to the survival of the bee species? We think so!

Unfortunately, Hurricane Maria wiped out not only the bees, but also the plants and flowers that they fed from. It's been a slow process in rebuilding the populations, but things are heading in the right direction. With your help, we planted pollinator gardens that the bees collected pollen from, created new bee hives across the island, educated the youth and locals on the importance of this particular type of bee, and most importantly helped revive bee colony numbers.

Karma Honey Project

What started with a simple interest in honey, quickly blossomed into a life changing adventure. As I learned more about the decline of the bee population, and the importance of the bee species living in my backyard, I knew that it would become a mission to save the world, one bee at a time.

Who We Are

"Domesticated African honeybees are the holy grail, the possible solution to saving the worlds bees."

- Harvard School of Public Health 

“If the bee disappeared off the face of the earth, man would only have four years left to live.”

- Maurice Maeterlinck, The Life of the Bee

"The simple fact is, if bees didn't exist, neither would humans."

- Marla Spivak, Renowned Entomologist