About BeeKind

We create a natural habitat for the wild bees, through the sale of plots of land, as sponsorships. The plots of land that are sponsored are planted with bee-friendly plants, which in turn are part of a larger project to create a forest permaculture sea.

About BeeKind

We create a natural habitat for the wild bees, through the sale of plots of land, as sponsorships. The plots of land that are sponsored are planted with bee-friendly plants, which in turn are part of a larger project to create a forest permaculture sea.

Bees

The bees are important building blocks of our biodiversium, we must take care of them in order to preserve a healthy planet. Beekind follows the UN climate programme and we are committed to supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals for a better future.  Read a little here. 

We want to balance the natural habitats of wild bees, and at the same time we want to highlight in Beekind Original Park what also strengthens our common future, tranquility and mindfulness. The mind creates our future, and if we create the peace of mind to be in the moment, the capacity for innovation and innovation isstrengthened. Mindfulness even increases our empathetic ability. Read a little here about what UNESCO has written so well about the subject, both in terms of children and work, innovation.

Honeybees?

No, by no means any honey production. Over the few years I have now researched the area, what I have found has shown me that honeybees have been politically favoured for a number of years, and for this reason that there is a profession behind them, Honey Production and Sales. Beekind will make a difference to pure nature, and the wild bees. Beehives will return to honeybees, and there will be no focus on the sale of honey in Beekind. 

The values that sponsorships buy into have nothing to do with honey, and honey production. 

What do the wild bees require?

Among other things, we plant shrubs, fruit trees, herbs and flowers to strengthen the habitat of bees. We set up small houses where the wild bees can settle. There are lakes and a marsh nearby. we set up small houses, tassels and stone piles where some of the bees can settle. The area by the park is located by a natura 2000 area a few hundred meters away, and on the other hand, there is peace forest. There is a marsh, and small lakes in the area. In fact, there is a funny story, one of Denmark's first mosses was found here, but back then they did not know what to do, and he was therefore buried in the local cemetery. Read more here.

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