You can say goodbye to apples, berries, almond milk, and guacamole...
if we lose our pollinators.​

Bees are in trouble. And that means humans are in trouble, too

(No) thanks to widespread habitat loss, increased use of pesticides like neonicotinoids, and climate change, global bee populations are on the decline. ​Honey bee populations have continually suffered massive losses​ for over a decade. Meanwhile, ​1 in 4 wild bee species in the US is at risk of extinction​.

We can’t let that happen. Our planet needs its pollinators.

Bees may be tiny, but they are mighty.

  • Insect pollination makes ​35% of our global food production​ possible​.
    We’d lose apples, almonds, cucumbers, blueberries, broccoli, cauliflower, and more if the bees disappear.
  • Imagine a world where most people can’t afford coffee and chocolate...
    If we lose the bees, even crops that don’t fully rely on bee pollination could become prohibitively expensive (due to reduced yield).
  • ​It’s not just ​our​ food at risk.
    Grazing animals rely on bees to pollinate nutrient-dense grasses like alfalfa and clover. Bees are integral to the health of our ecosystem at large.
  • The face of our planet would change without bees.
    Somewhere around ​80% of the world’s flowering plant species​ rely on insect pollination. No more bees sadly means less plantlife and biodiversity

Bees are crucial to the health of our planet.
That’s why we do things differently.

Sustainability is our number one priority, which is why we work hard to ensure our bees are happy and healthy.

  1. We are dedicated to sustainable beekeeping.​ We never overharvest from our hives, we never feed our bees anything but their own products, and we are careful to ensure that our green apiaries are remote and far from harmful chemicals.
  2. Since honey bees can forage up to 5 miles in any direction from their hive, ​we commit to 3rd party pesticide testing​ to make extra sure that our hives and our remedies are pesticide-free.
  3. We also partner with two of the leading bee research institutions​ to raise awareness and support pollinator protection, ​The University of California Davis Honey Bee Research Facility​ and the ​Canadian Bee Research Fund​. ​We also donate 10% of the profits from our apparel line to support these charity partners​ and their crucial work.

  4. You can get in on this!

    Although bees are on the decline, there is still time to save them... but they need ​your support! If everyone (including you) could adopt these simple yet hugely beneficial practices, the bees would be a lot better off:

  • avoid pesticides​ (on your food + your lawn)
  • plant organic flowers​ anywhere you can (to provide a clean food source + safe habitat).
  • Easy squeezy, right? And don’t forget, ​spreading the word is so important​. The bees can’t advocate for themselves, so we’re the ones who have to speak up for them.