Bee Haven International is one of the earliest projects sponsored by the Pollination Conservation Society.  The goal is to educate
 the general public about issues surrounding the decline and often the disappearance of managed and native pollinators.   Bee Havens are modeled on the geographic foraging space covered by a typical honeybee colony - 3 to 5 miles.  Through education and grassroots activism, people involved in a local Bee Haven project encourage the resurgence of both managed and native pollinators in their communities.  From planting pollinator friendly gardens to creating pesticide/GMO free zones, participants engage in a wide range of pollinator friendly activities.  Please contact us for more information about current Bee Haven projects and about how you can start a Bee Haven in your community.