You Can Make A Difference
The bees are experiencing a run of bad luck. Between pesticides, fungus, mite infestations, natural disasters, and global warming they can't catch a break.
Did you know that honey bees are the most important pollinators for flowers, fruits and vegetables? This means that without them many of the food sources you enjoy each day would be gone. According to the NRDC In some regions, up to 90% of bees have disappeared!
The good news is you can help by spreading awareness about the importance of pollinators. Join us on this crazy adventure, and help us save the bees.
Learn About Bees & Other Pollinators
A Guide to Pollinator-Friendly Fall Practices
The Impact of Ozone on Pollination
Why Are Bees So Important?
Honey Bee Travel Mug - Gold 16 oz
"Domesticated African honeybees are the holy grail, the possible solution to saving the worlds bees."
- Harvard School of Public Health
“The fact is that of the 100 crop species that provide 90 per cent of the world’s food, over 70 are pollinated by bees.”
- United Nations
“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
JOIN US IN SAVING THE BEES OF THE WORLD
Spreading awareness about what's troubling wild bee colonies is immensely helpful. You can support our work by purchasing something from our shop. A portion of our profits goes towards the preservation of wild pollinator environments & supporting beekeepers.
How the Karma Honey Project Has Made a Difference:
IRB Bee Venom Cancer Research Study
Christmas Toy and Food Drives
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