NW Honeybee Habitat Restoration
Mission: To save our disappearing honeybees through planting pesticide free pollinator pathways and honeybee habitat to fight habitat loss and provide a safe refuge where our pollinators can find healthy forage.
In addition to saving disappearing honeybees and pollinators through planting pesticide free pollinator pathways and honeybee habitats, NW Honeybee Habitat Restoration also does unwanted honeybee removals and relocation as well as provide public education and hands on volunteer opportunities. They feel they have the most proactive approach to saving our pollinators through their pollinator pathway projects by proven results from taking dry unproductive grass and transforming it into healthy pollinator habitat. They have honeybees, bumblebees, native bees as well as butterflies and other pollinators showing up within days of completing their projects.
They encourage people of all ages and race to become part of a growing movement which will impact us all.
Other Ways to Get Involved:
- Volunteering - they offer hands on volunteer opportunities for those who would like to be involved in planting habitat, learning about soil and planting requirements, mulching and how healthy habitat benefits our pollinators as well as our community.
- Sharing the mission so there is more awareness about our disappearing honeybees