World Bee Farms

We need pollinators and pollinators need us.

As a means to long-term social, cultural, globally relevant change, World Bee Farms create measurable solutions to pollination decline and food insecurity by integrating beekeeping with sustainable urban and rural agriculture and innovative business generation.

We believe that the development and implementation of efficient, technologically-advanced urban farms are a key part of the solution, directly impacting the local ecology, generating employment and business growth, and encouraging community cohesion.


Uttar Pradesh, India

Partnering with the Banwasi Seva Ashram, we have established 19 pilot beekeeping projets in India, benefiting over 400 farming families. Through teaching sustainable apiculture to small-scale family farmers, we have enhanced agricultural yields, improved food and nutrition security, and raised incomes - giving families better access to shelter, healthcare and education.


Well Street Community, London, UK

Serving the Hackney community for more than 150 years, the Well Street market wants to thrive once again. Partnering with the Well Street Residents and Traders Association (WESTRA), community members and local authorities, the World Bee Project contributes to Hackney's rich heritage and adds tangible value by stimulating the local economy with urban farms, offering training in urban food growing, beekeeping, and business development skills.


Belfast, Ireland

Aiming to promote and preserve the cultural heritage of the Gaeltacht Quarter in Belfast, The World Bee Project has partnered with Forbairt Feirste to link the global threat of bee decline and the deterioration of indigenous language. This two-fold, holistic approach, is a collaborative project with city-wide impact, addressing education, local heritage and culture, as well as biodiversity conservation and urban food and nutrition security. 


Latvia Community Projects

Beekeeping is a traditional activity in Latvia, and apiculture is one of the sectors in its modern-day agricultural production.

The World Bee Project partners with the National Latvia Beekeeping Association to provide beekeepers and other parties involved with the latest technologies and trends in the development of apiculture, to improve the level of beekeepers' knowledge about apiculture methods, bee diseases, and the selection of nectar-bearing plants.

The WBP is also developing a pioneering strategy to advance the efficiency of honey production, improve the product quality, and increase safety measures - providing a clear path to high-quality apiculture products of EU origin.