Our Vision

Creating a lasting change.

 
Our goal is to provide 50,000 beehives to impact 5,000 farmers around the West Lunga Park and Game Management Areas. This will allow farmers to have an income and provide for their families in a way that is legal, safe and sustainable. We are dedicated to making a truly impactful income that places value on the surrounding local forest.

Our goal is to provide 50,000 beehives to impact 5,000 farmers around the West Lunga Park and Game Management Areas. This will allow farmers to have an income and provide for their families in a way that is legal, safe and sustainable. We are dedicated to making a truly impactful income that places value on the surrounding local forest.

 Charcoal production is one of the main contributing factors to the increasing deforestation across the country. Farmers around the West Lunga National Park enter this conservation area to cut trees for charcoal and make a small income. Our goal is to create a barrier and surrounding of beehives around the park to discourage deforestation, and to encourage farmers to keep their local forest intact for all future generations to benefit from.

Community members around the West Lunga National Park also engage in the illegal activity of poaching for income. This has contributed to the loss of animal life in and around the park, with hardly any native large game remaining at this time. With beekeeping creating not only an income but a barrier around the park area, we will be able to discourage poaching and create the opportunity for wildlife return to this beautiful land. With a productive and protected national park, the tourism industry can create even more economic opportunity for the population in this remote area.

 
 
The West Lunga National Park has some of the most unique and diverse forest area in the world. Beekeeping not only protects the trees but ensures pollination and biodiversity in this special area of Zambia.

The West Lunga National Park has some of the most unique and diverse forest area in the world. Beekeeping not only protects the trees but ensures pollination and biodiversity in this special area of Zambia.

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