How does it work?
Rewilding bees is centered on naturally occurring, wild, and unmanaged honeybee ecosystems.
To mirror natural nest habitat, we work with either traditional log hives or built nests within living trees. This inner nest habitat is considered a rewilded environment. It is free of framing and non-natural materials.
Nest sites are only populated with bees from within the local watershed through swarming. We do not introduce non-local swarms or package bees.
We integrate traditional apiculture ways such as the Zeidler – the craft of caring for bees in living trees –in developing effective, whole-system programs for the preservation of honeybees.