June 30, 2020

I have just read an article about the honey bees, I really invite you to take a glimpse of this writing. It will touch your heart and for a moment you will see inside a mysterious world. Maybe you will be changed forever. You will understand what we humans need to do t...

March 20, 2020

Just before movement was prevented in these unusual times, 6 log hives were put up on land regeneration projects in the Alentejo region of Southern Portugal. 

June 13, 2019

Entering the next of our dream with log hives going up around our valley. We are part of a global movement that is putting the health of the honey bee first, not honey production. We are giving the bees what they need - well insulated hives, up off the ground away from...

April 1, 2019

Rewilding Our Planet Bee Exhibition

Woking Library Foyer, Surrey. Until 16th April 2019

Honey bees have a long evolutionary history evident from fossil records. A worker honey bee fossil, of the Apis henshawi species, was discovered in 30-million-year-old shales from Ger...

March 6, 2019

I believe it’s entirely possible. To me, it seems common sense that in order for Apis Melifera to become healthy and abundant again we need to let nature do what nature intended. During 2015-16 US Bee keepers lost 40% of their populations, 150 European Bee species are...

January 5, 2018

On a fresh winters day in the Portuguese mountains, we gathered to make our first log hive. Once upon a time, before bees became domesticated by humans, they lived in the trees and could thrive without the threat of pesticides, monoculture and queen breeding, to name a...

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