Become a beekeeper

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Become a beekeeper
Honeybees are vital for the healthy functioning of our gardens, fields and meadows – and with Eat Natural's Pollenation initiative, you can help ensure their future

Without honeybees, we'd live in a very different world. As well as producing vast amounts of delicious honey, the insects perform essential work in pollinating all sorts of plants. It's a subject that's close to the heart of those at Eat Natural: many of the ingredients found in their bars, from coconuts to cranberries, apricots to almonds, are reliant on pollinators such as honeybees.

That's why Eat Natural has launched Pollenation: a campaign designed to support the humble honeybee and promote the brilliant work they do. To start, they're searching for passionate, dedicated people to join a small army of beekeepers. The positions are open to anyone, whatever their background and experience, and those chosen will get all the help, support and equipment they'll need to get started – from protective clothing and tools to a state-of-the-art Eat Natural beehive, kitted out with hive-monitoring technology. Eat Natural will even give you your bees!

At the heart of the initiative is the Eat Natural beehive, a groundbreaking piece of kit designed to create a buzz among a new wave of beekeepers. The hives are made from disused pallets from the Eat Natural Makery, and are designed and made in the UK by traditional woodworkers and metalworkers.

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