Meet your own hive
Duration approx 60 min
Something is going on with the bees …
Bees and other pollinating insects play an essential role in ecosystems. One-third of all our food depends on their fertilization. A world without pollinators would be a disaster for food production.
In the late 1990s, beekeepers around the world have noticed that bees are disappearing suddenly, and bee colonies are declining at an unusually high rate.
The pesticides that kill the bee are an immediate danger to pollinators. The main reasons for the global decline of bees are related to industrial agriculture, pests/pathogens and climate change. The loss of biodiversity due to monocultures and the widespread use of pesticides that kill bees pose particular threats to bees and wild pollinators. What can we do?
Support the shift to organic farming and help protect bees, wild bees and other pollinators: avoid pesticides in your garden, plant bee-friendly flowers, get to know them better and love them more. Adopt and save a hive!
You can choose one of our hives, meet her, take a photo with her, and learn her secrets. You can even take care of her and adopt a lasting relationship with her.
Families, schools, professional groups and even groups of actively engaged citizens will benefit from this program, which aims to inform, raise awareness and educate children on saving biodiversity.
It is non-profit and has been strictly priced to cover its operating costs.
Includes one scheduled visit per year to the apiary, acquaintance with the hive, discussion and suggestions for a more bee-friendly environment and gifts of beekeeping products worth 40€. Total package value 150€ annually, for groups of up to 5 people.
In the case of the adoption of a hive by a family, class, or group, the annual subscription is set at 120€ and gives the right to name the hive, 2 scheduled after consultation visits and receipt of 4 kg of honey selected according to your preference and our availability each year.
If you are interested in this action send us a message with the subject “I want to meet my hive” at email@example.com with the name, phone number and a few words about your team – company or family and we will contact you.