Frequently asked questions

Native bees and ecosystems are at risk. Around 80% of U.S. crops rely on pollination from non-native European honey bees, which are shipped and used on commercial farms and honey operations, leaving little for them.

The rest of our crops depend entirely on original native pollinators, which are now at risk of extinction due to fierce competition from honey bees and environmental destruction. We're committed to promoting ecological balance by creating more space for native pollinators. By collectively reducing the consumption of commercial honey, planting more native plants, and protecting native habitats, we can restore biodiversity. Learn more here.

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