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We are in search of those on a shared mission.

Are you a nonprofit organization interested in partnering with BEEcosystem? We're currently collecting interest across different geographic regions, and working to build a network connecting partner organizations with knowledgeable beekeepers, aligning strategically to amplify our impact both locally and collectively. If you represent an interested non-profit partner organization, please fill out the short form below, and someone from our team will reach out as potential opportunities arise.


Thank you to each of our existing partners:

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 Being a force for agro-ecological goodness drives everything we do at BEEcosystem. We’d love to join forces with your non-profit organization to help you achieve your own goodness.  We are interested in learning more about non-profits that share our values for creating a cleaner and more sustainable world. If your organization would like to discuss any potential partnership ideas, please fill out the form below and one of our team members will reach out soon!

Being a force for agro-ecological goodness drives everything we do at BEEcosystem. We’d love to join forces with your non-profit organization to help you achieve your own goodness.

We are interested in learning more about non-profits that share our values for creating a cleaner and more sustainable world. If your organization would like to discuss any potential partnership ideas, please fill out the form below and one of our team members will reach out soon!

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Honeybees and other native pollinators face serious threats today in the forms of chemical contaminants, exposure to pesticide residues, and other environmental pressures - this has lead to a dangerous phenomenon in the decline of many bee populations, known as Colony Collapse Disorder.  By hosting a BEEcosystem observation hive, your company is tangibly helping our pollinator allies by adding new genetic diversity into your local honeybee population.

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