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Honey Bees is a queen bee from Loiza, Puerto Rico. She's been a queen for about 2 months now and is expected to work for 3-4 more years.

Honey Bees

Honey Bees is a queen bee from Loiza, Puerto Rico. She's been a queen for about 2 months now and is expected to work for 3-4 more years.

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How to adopt a queen bee?

  1. Purchase an item with Project Honey Bees
  2. Enter your email and order number credentials above
  3. If you can't find your order number, go into your email and search for an email from "Project Honey Bees", please check your spam too
  4. Register your Queen Bees, name them, see pictures, and learn about the hive!
  5. Print out the Certificate of Adoption with your name on it
  6. We've added a gift function, so you can add a gift email to your order!

No recurring charges, our beekeepers will personally tend to the adopted bees. Queen bees and their adoption is provided by our current and past charity partners!

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Our Official Partnership with Cornell University

More than 80% of plants, and 1 in every 3 bites of food rely on bees and pollinators, and that's why we decided to spread awareness about their decline.

Cornell University is a national leader in pollinator research and education. We partnered with Cornellโ€™s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) with a mutual goal of promoting healthy pollinators and a vibrant beekeeping industry.

Together with Cornell CALS we are dedicated to explore the topics of how to revert the decline of our important pollinators through research and awareness.

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