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The specialist international beekeeping organisation
Making a difference worldwide
Welcome to Bees for Development online store. You can browse our entire Store here. If you would prefer to make any purchase over the phone please call us on 01600 714848.
The Bees for Development Bee Garden Party 5pm - 8pm Thursday 29 June in the gardens of Marlborough House, London
"Respectful interaction with creatures, an insight into the complexity of the living world, and the idea that every individual, even children, can contribute to the protection of our precious environment
Bees for Development Journal is our quarterly magazine with readers in over 130 countries. It is a valuable source of information about apiculture worldwide, providing unique news and views.
Another excellent way to show your support for Bees for Development Trust
The Bees for Development Bee House is a habitat box for honey bees. The Bee House provides the right sized cavity for an Apis mellifera honey bee colony to build its nest and live naturally.
Weaving wicker skeps (alvearies) with Chris Park at The Yew Tree Inn, Peterstow, near Ross-on-Wye.
Thomas D Seeley
Tom Seeley is one of very few scientists studying honey bee colonies as they live in the wild - he has been researching honey bees living in the Arnot forest for over 40 years.
This ethical gift will help poor school children in Ghana attend secondary school - with the help of bees. This donation to Bees for Development will support our 'Bees for schools' project in Ghana.
This ethical gift will enable families in Ethiopia step out of poverty - with the help of bees. This donation to Bees for Development will support our 'Fruit and honey' project in Ethiopia.
This ethical gift helps protect our bees and to preserve biodiversity. Your donation to Bees for Development supports our campaign to protect and maintain habitat for bees.
This ethical gift will help unemployed youngsters in Ethiopia learn a skill so they can make a living - through beekeeping. This donation to Bees for Development supports our 'Skills for life' project.
This ethical gift will help poor farmers in Ghana increase their yields of cashew nuts, through better pollination by bees. This donation to Bees for Development will be used to support our 'Start a bee business' project in Ghana.
Learn natural beekeeping from Europe's foremost beekeeping authority. George de Layens, Inventor of the world's most popular horizontal hive, shares a lifetime of experience.
A one day Course making your own straw skep, with Chris Park at Ragman’s Lane Farm GL17 9PA
A Resource Box comprises a pack of training materials about beekeeping and honey and beeswax selling. You can Sponsor a Resource Box - which we will then send directly to a beekeeping group in a developing country. We have many on the waiting list.
The sponsored subscription is for one year (four editions) and is an excellent way to support beekeepers in developing countries.
A Course about keeping and caring for bees in sustainable ways.
Two day Course on treatment free beekeeping in horizontal hives with Dr Leo Sharashkin. Place: Ragmans Lane Farm, Forest of Dean.