Calendar of Upcoming Events

At present BeeNative is being restructured as a 501©3 in California.

The head office has moved from New York to Los Angeles

New events will appear here.


The 2009 Manhattan Launch Party is now behind us.  The first apiary installation in Wisconsin on the Menominee Reservation is thriving. Photographs are available here.

The First Organic Beekeeping Conference was held in Leominster, MA at the beginning of August. Bee Native was inspired by participating and was able to established relationships with most of the renown speakers. Beekeeping is changing and the organic groundswell movement is fascinating to observe and exciting in it’s evolution. Photographs of the speakers can be can be viewed here.

Ross Conrad, author of “Natural Beekeeping” wrote about the Menominee trip, which he headed & the new apiary in Wisconsin for Bee Culture Magazine.

Bee Native is now actively seeking financial support from individuals, organizations and foundations. As well as improving bee populations, pollination and creating small scale agricultural development, Bee Native is offering an education program about environmental fragility and offers tools for recovery.

February 4, 2010

We are co-hosted an evening fundraiser at the beautiful Ramscale Lofts, West Village, New York to support the “ Vanishing of the Bees” film documentary.

The Honey Bee Conservancy and The Natural Resources Defense Council, our colleagues, also supported the evening, which included previews from the film and a Q & A with the two directors, George Langworthy and Maryam Henein.

A collection of NY State vineyards are kindly provided the wines. Ramscale are generously donated the space.

Helen will be talking about Bee Native at schools and colleges and explaining the environmental dilemma we face, to students. She will be bringing her observation hive on the short trips.

Helen is a powerful speaker on bees and the environment and makes a presentation with a PowerPoint show for corporations and other interested institutions.

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