100 Hives in 100 Schools

The 100 hives in 100 schools project aims to raise the profile of Native Bees for future generations and highlight their value in terms of strategies for diversifying beekeeping in the agricultural and food industry, as well as increasing the numbers of Native Bees as a whole.

¬†Education, Preservation, Diversification, Pollination… for future generations!

Donate

We are looking for donations and sponsors big and small to raise $250,000 to fund the education program initially for 3 years. After this time we plan for the project to be self-sustaining and expanding bee populations, so more education opportunities can happen with Native Bees in the broader community and possibly further afield.

We are definitely open to corporate sponsors and large donations – get in touch to find out more!

Donations of $2500 or more can be earmarked for a specific area of this work. If donating larger amounts (over $2500) please contact us to arrange a transfer of funds.

Education

Engaging the mind of enquiry

Preservation

Identifying and preserving native bee habitats

Diversification

Expanding knowledge for the future of beekeeping in Australia

Pollination

Increasing pollination methods in our local communities

For Future Generations!

Join us on our journey and Bee the change...

The 100 Hives in 100 Schools Project Collaborators

Little Star Bee Sanctuary

Visionaries and Project Lead

Paul West

Bee Advocate and Avid Supporter

Dr. Tim Heard

Entomologist and Supplier of Native Bees

The Starfish Foundation

Project Auspice and Tax Deductible Charity Arm

Contact

For any inquiries please email

Little Star Bee Sanctuary would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which they live, work and play – the Gumbaynggirr nation – and would like to pay their respects to elders past, present and future.