Time for the fate of honey bees, to be in the hands of every day people

May 9, 2019


Sharing a vision for this planet, that once again the honey bee can thrive as it has for millions of years before human intervention. A planet where within a mile of each other, bees can find habitats where they can be left alone to get strong again. Whether this is log hives, tree cavities or homes where humans allow bees to be able to behave naturally as seen in wild colonies.


We are now in an era where the fate of the honey bee can no longer be left in the hands of beekeepers. It now needs to be in the hands of us all. Where history, science and spirituality come together to educate everyone and tell the story of how nature itself creates health and vitality.


The external circumstances on the impact of bees health has been devastating through pollution, pesticides and lack of forage and habitats. Their health has declined and become normalised.


The internal circumstances, in the bees very own homes, have seen us witness a phase of preventing them being able to swarm, queen breeding, hive splitting, taking way to much honey and feeding them sugar. If this was not challenging enough, then we fill their home with chemicals.


I am often in awe that this species is still alive. Yet because of the work of certain people around the world they remain with us, calling us to reconsider our actions. If what we have been doing to them was working, I wouldn't need to write this post. We could simply carry on as normal. It isn't working though.


Our constellation workshops explore the role of log hives, tree cavities, our history, science and the vision of bees returning to safe habitats. For all interested in the fate of the honey bee and to feel what they need for human longevity we offer hive constellations. Let us step into the feet of the honey bee to understand how to move forward. 

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