BECOME A PATRON:
Complete access to all beehive inspections throughout the beekeeping calendar. This will be with experienced beekeepers and all protective clothing will be included.
Our local honey is reserved and is an exclusive benefit for our patrons.
We pollinate your local area with native wildflower seeds to establish foraging habitats for honey bees and other pollinators.
Seed packets to pollinate your garden or local area available from your closest apiary site.
Please pledge your monthly support for the project:
If you would like to make a one off donation please follow the link below:
Become a Business Patron:
Boost your corporate social responsibility credentials.
Be an active part of pollinator conservation efforts.
Support the wildflower citizen science project by sponsoring seeds.
We have a number of levels of business patronage and a menu options for both on and offsite impact.
Please enquire by filling out our contact form for more details.
Kings School Plymouth - Education Apiary
Owen Finnie - Co-founder - Sociology
Matthew Elmes - Co-founder - Environmental Science
Project Support Team - Many thanks to:
John Carey - Project Carpenter & Joiner - Index-Art
Ben May - Managing Director - Alpha-Logic - Kings School Sponsor
Rachael Gomery - Project Support
Helen Waddington - Project Support
Sarah Waddington - Project Support
Lily Urbanska - Beekeeper
Jack Elmes - Project Mason
Liam Ferguson - Project Support
Sarah Fear - Project Manager - Impact Lab - Environmental Futures & Big Data Lab
Lauranne Fauvet - Geo Data Science - Impact Lab - Environmental Futures & Big Data Lab