Social Responsibility

Honeybee Conservation


Global Honeybee Awareness has been increasing since the announcement of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) in 1985.  Since then, honeybee conservation has grown increasingly popular as the global food source depends upon it.

Elementary Education


For decades, commercial farming practices have been adversely affecting honeybees while also compromising human health with the use of chemical pesticides.  By educating the youth, we can move away from these harmful practices replacing them with natural solutions

Organic Gardening


Holding the concept of biomimicry close to our hearts, we seek to further aid the planet by creating truly sustainable and verifiably organic gardens on site.  Marrying honeybees and gardens,  we can uplift both environments with a mutually beneficial relationship. 

Planetary Pollination


As common knowledge now indicates,  honeybees are responsible for a significant amount of plant pollination needed to produce ample food for our planet.  Engaging in beekeeping is a direct fight to this growing dilemma. 

Carbon Offset


Pairing natural beekeeping and organic gardening, we are able to offset the carbon imprint created by human life.  Organic gardening turns toxic Carbon Dioxide into breathable oxygen.  It also reduces the fuel consumption of trucks that would be needed to deliver "local" goods.

Collegiate Data Retrieval


In order to advance the boundaries of what humans can accomplish, we must work in unison with researchers to provide accurate date for them to analyze. Through collegiate data retrieval, we can accurately provide relevant informations to researchers that are changing the world.