BeesMAX and Partners in Research
BeesMax works alongside a variety of partners for research and development.
As climate change accelerates, and the number of winter honey bee colony losses increases, we need a way to keep seed stocks alive to help maintain the UK’s food supply as well as releasing bees back into the wild.
[Centre for Ecology and Hydrology]
BeesMax is involved in the following research and development partnerships:
- National Honey Monitoring Scheme
- Artificial Hibernation Trials of the British Honey Bee
- STEM lesson plans for schools
- STEM Discovering Park for Heads Conference
- Horticultural learning experiences at RHS Wisley
Would you like to help with our rewilding and conservation schemes?
We would love to explain more and go through the many benefits of supporting our rewilding scheme and conservation project – having a Junior Hive on your site. You are likely to have many questions and concerns, but we are here to fully explain what is involved and how we help make the process as easy as possible.
The hardest step will be clicking the link and contacting us. Go on, we can’t wait to hear from you!