The simple fact is, if Bees became extinct, humans would die, and on a large scale. Over the past decade, bee numbers have been dropping at an alarming rate and even if you personally don't like Bees, it's true to say you need them.
Bees are responsible for much of the food on our plates. Bees perform a task that is vital to the survival of agriculture, pollination. In fact, one third (33.3%) of our global food supply is pollinated by Bees. Bees keep plants and crops alive and without Bees, humans simply will not have enough to eat. The fact that we as humans are willing to turn our backs on yet another species becoming extinct is frankly disheartening, its a shame to think that it may take human catastrophe to make people realise this.
The Bee Sanctuary Woodlands & Wild Flower Meadows are a nation wide project. The projects aim, is set aside areas of land accross Britain for bees and the growing of trees. Currently, bee stocks are declining rapidly, and woodland is at 10% of what it once was, due to industry and development. These woodlands, meadows and bee sanctuaries are then placed under protection for years to come, therefore seccuring a future for the british bee, and re-establishing healthy mixed native woodland accross the UK. So to have real impact, this project will be aimed at every county in Britain. Our targets are high, but without that, the results would only be small. By 2025 we hope to have established both mixed woodlands & wild flower meadows accross every county in England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales. Each one designed to counter future carbon predictions. Within the woodlands, Educational Facilities, Bee Sanctuaries, Falconry Centres and Wild Walks are being established for all to enjoy. Childrens Woodland Adventures are now opperated and educational tours are available to all age groups, so to encourage an understanding of British Woodlands and the effects created by human beings.
The money you donate will help secure a future for British Bees by sourcing Bees from healthy, non-diseased stock. We hope to substantially reduce the number of imported diseased Bees which is currently having a devastating effect. By means such as habitat creation, habitat management, habitat protection (Implementation of legally binding agreements for anti-development), crisis marketing and by turning volunteer positions into professional careers we are not only developing the structure to save the bee, but we are strengthening woodland density nationwide. The habitats are designed to be used, from woodland walks to falconry, the project has created some spectacular educational opportunities. No matter your age, there is all ways something fun to do.
The BRITISH BEE-SANCTARY hopes to create these solid foundations on which to build a sustainable future for the British Bee. This substantial burden falls on no-one organisation, charity or business, it is everyones problem. People just need tom take action. Sitting back and thinking it is someone else's problem, is neither the case, or the correct mind set. Your generous donations would be gratefully received, and please follow our story to promote the cause. Thank you.