I want to do as much as I can to help restore and promote the bee population of Ireland, starting in Dublin and implementing plan-bee in different phases.
Bee populations and colonies are declining rapidly so I decided the world needed a plan b. I want to do as much as I can to help restore and promote the bee population. Plan-bee will aid in the distribution of Irish wildflowers (a source of energy and food for bees), buy hives to grow bee populations, produce sustainable honey-products and reinvest to ensure sustainability through biodiversity.
Why protect the bee colonies?
Bees are an integral species; most life will end if bees die off. In nature, various animals depend on bees for their survival because their food sources – nuts berries, seeds, and fruits – rely on insect pollination. Bees too help pollination, which in return, provides a habitat for other animals. Bees as well as the honey they produce provide a food source for many animals. Bees also aid in the pollination of agricultural production.